Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03446
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 27, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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jury 23-memlxr which will federalgrand consider men were being sought by G-. -. .. -:. ......... _. .c.-. ... Clay Board'sNot Actions
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will stay in session the weeks ago plagued Robert L. Pat- r. 0.. .._-4 _. _" ,..,.___.... ... .:- '.n ,. "',. ;

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day. the moonshine cases now before "
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Attorney E. Coleman Mads- ville. 4"8 .., .9- 1I 0 .. .
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home return will probably hesitated about conducting an all .V'" <' {-.:- .. ..'.. "t... .---:: .." 'Edwards

noon.be released No returns Monday! will after l lie launched out investigation a full-scale last probe weekend, aided r.; 31 I. ,.;... 'a9.47, :.:. .i 8.S': ;;, 4':". .... .4' .\;...;.' ?... '.1 Senator Declares Files Complaint

rtleased before then he said.
by state fire marshals and the
Eieten men have been Sheriff's Bureau. ; ', "If we can't get cooperation Recount
served by warrants and 49't17 ,33 15i ;! Starting
placed under bond on U. S. Assistant District Attor- 8: .. 4 from the Clay County School
ney .K. Coleman Madsden said this t Board, what. about annexation?" 0
charges of violating moonshine .. .. ,
week that the federal agents are \ I r This question, asked by a, citizen legal procedures in the
laws in Bradford '- p' ; quest for a recount of the
continuing an investigation to determine '' J at of the Lake
J a meeting
votes in the
County operations. whether the episodes were I' J disputed city clerk race were started lastFri
Madsden wild that the Brooklyn Association in the Key- day with a complaint filed by Mack Futch
attempts to intimidate a federal stone Woman's I attorney for Merrill
Heights Club last
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grand jury witness. Madsden said he could Edwards, the candidate edged out by two votes.
evidence on other persons .. Saturday night brought prompt I
not comment on the progress of The petition charged that the
and investigations are still reply from the speaker, Senator race was "an un.
continuing. the investigation. First Home Game Tom Adams of Orange Park. due election, and a false return of the legal ballots cast" for

Persons already served Reddish said he hesitated about Tonight *r "Certainly you can be annexed -!!I Carl Johns, the_ .winner in the election. I.
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with warrants are Fate actively participating in the investigation ," the Senator Named as defendants in the

Broun J. Maurice EdwardsJr. when first informed takes is an act of replied. "Allit suit were Johns and members of is expected to preside at the pro-

., Noonen Bradley, Vasco about the case because of a mis- legislature." the State the City Council who composed. ceedings.

Forsyth, Truby Blade "Son" understanding about jurisdiction, BHS Wins OpenerThe the Canvassing Board which declared Edwards' petition based his
though he had taken statementsand "But what i if Clay of-
Fred Williams, Negro, all the returns official. I request for u recount on the arguments
kept the situation under ficials are ?"
opposed the voice
of Bradford County, Richard Though they legally have 20 I that: 1)) "A number of
Glen watch as soon as he learned of the I A asked. !
Dexter Foster of St.
erroneously and illegally marked
days in which to answer the
Mary, Ernest: Edwin John- incidents. He ,said he understoodthat Bradford High Tornadoes coach and a different formation,,, attempts at drives, punts and l "The only officials concerned: complaint attorneys for the defendants ballots" were counted for John .
son of Macclenny, Paul Patterson was a federal man. with a shaky 6-0 victory over are attempting a comeback from fumbles. are Representative' Sam Saunders 2)) "Through
are expected to file error or mistake
Peterson of Jacksonville, and thought that the federal Macclenny under their belts, will their dismal 1-8-1 record lasl: The lone TD was set up by the and myself," the Senator .
within short time, some of the ballots marked in
agents had jurisdiction, though he answers a
Lawrence Henry Kitchens of entertain the homefolk for the last of Macclenny's string of
sev-V said. "I would not
year.Head like .to seethe week. All of favor of Edwards were countedfor
\\as ready to assist if requested.He within a
Jacksonville and Charles M. first time this season as they meetan : Coach Lennard Register en fumbles. End Bert McGee re probably
Rogers of Qcala.Building said he swung into action as untested Bolles Military Acad-i said he knows very little about V covered the 'ball oil the Baker 15 nexed Keystone Heights area an- the participants have,, expressedthe Johns, and, 3)) The clerks
soon as he .learned that he had tonight at the and two to Bradford, Alachua, or desire to brinj&the case to became confused and did not accurately
emy squad (Friday) the quality of the Cadets, since plays later back Charles
full jurisdiction.State high school stadium. Bolles and Bradford have not been Noegel spurted across for the any. other county but this a decision as quickly as possible. count the votes.

Slated Attorney T. E. Duncan Last Friday night .in'lIacclennythe gridiron competitors for a number score. school situation has not been Attorney A. Z.''(Andy) Aefklns The petition charged that all

told the Telegraph Saturday that Bradford ''boys waded through of years, the Bradford coaches Charles Osoorne attempted to properly handled. of Gainesville is representingJohns ballots which were "illegally

For Fire Tower he called Reddish up to press for for the only touchdown of the have not seen any of the 12 returning plunge for the extra point but Bus ProblemIn and City Attorney A. J. marked and other ballots which

action after reading of the incidents game in the final two minutes of Cadet lettermen in action. was just short. discussing the touchy school Thomas Jr. has been authorizedto were incorrectly marked and

Construction of the fire tower in the paper. play after a slippery battle high- The game tonight' will be the season The Bradford team also had bus problem Senator Adams defend the city's case. Circuit mutilated," were counted for
Patterson was scheduled to- appear lighted by fumbles. I opener for the Cadets, leaving left no doubt that his sympa- H. Murphree Johns.
John A.
for the Florida Forest Service's their share of the fumbles, committing Judge
new Bradford County unit is before the federal. errand ..iurv. The Bolles Cadets, with a new, the Bradford boys with no three of them. thies lay with the students and !: Another allegation was that
:yesterday (Thursday), to testifyin preliminary reports to base judgments their who have been in-
scheduled to about Oct. 15 parents in
begin this the procedure followed in
Register week had kind
the moonshine cases. His testi- of their opponents.New Officials
County Ranger Glenn R. Lewis was termed "important"last Market LocationFor words for the Starke defense but convenienced by the Clay Coun- City counting the votes the Inspect
mony coach of the Bolles"squad
Board's move to force
said this week. ty School
Madsden. said he was disappointed in the ors and clerks, "through error
The clearing of the land in week by is Harry (Bud) Garrison who offense. all Clay students to attend Clay or mistake .. did not properly
I Patterson stressed again this coached at Mercers- .
preparation for constru tion on week his determination to tell, Patrol Station burg previously Academy in Pennsylvania. A "The" blocking was way below County schools. Plan Open House! segregate all of said ballots and

the site six and.a half miles west what he knows about the moon new innovation introduced by the par, he said. "It is a tragic situation, frankly some of the ballots marked In
of Starke on SR 100 will begin The coach said that he is plan- he said. "Facts have been favor of Edwards
shine operations here. He said he new mentor is the split-T forma- were placed
next week. is convinced the fire and the Given Approval tion with which he is replacingthe ning a few changes in the lineup woefully misrepresented in a At Power Plant"Know among those counted for Johns."

Lewis said that funds have already shooting were attempts to keep straight-T formerly used. for tonight's fray, but they have controversy that arose becaus; In the method used all of the
been released for the movIng not been definitely decided yet. into argument.The municipal lightplant"
him from testifying. Register, expressing dissatisfaction a few men got an your ballots for one candidate are
and erection of the tower and This will 'be the first gridiron children has is. the theme of an open
I The spotlight was attracted to The location with the team's showing welfare placed in one group and the
of the Keystone Conference for the
the rest of the appropriation will proposed game house event that will be held at
Patterson when his house near that not been considered. ballots for the other candidate
be released on Oct. 1 so that con- Florida Highway Patrol stationin against Macclenny, predicted two teams. Game time is 8 p.m. the newly expanded Starke utilityon
Junction was burned to will do better the Justified in another and the
Hampton Bradford the boys against Not 10 group, respective
struction of the rest of the station County was settled V Wednesday Oct. 2, from
'I can followsoon I af fr-the' tower the ground at 2 a.m. Thursday, : last weekI_MhenL.HLewis, -Cadets V: _-.,.: _V .. ?,t-. Senates Adams said that' in his unto, 6 pi.n.Sponsored piles counted. I iV
h completed.The I Sept.' 12. The next of night Patterson -i head) of the State Farmers' Mar- Neither team could generate:any Quarterback Club opinion- tui 'C1ay board's .action by: the City Council Clerks Confused
the gunshot
tower now located on the was which target a alongsidehis ket system authorized the release offensive steam' on the"rain' soaked could not be justified on any and the City Board of Bond Trustees The petition also contended

Brooker road near New River will from as a he car was driving pulled on SR '100 of a site on the Starke field at Macclenny. After the Votes To grounds,.not,even from a financial the open house is being-held that .th counters 'b.came con-

be moved to the new location for about four miles south of Starke. State Farmers' Market propertyfor Bradford boys provided some excitement Accept standpoint. .to acquaint the citizens of Starke fused when they began counting
in the first few
use in the new fire protection Two deputy state fire marshals, the new building. I within plays distance by "It's true that we'll get state i with the plant expansion program more than one race at a time.

service, Lewis said. He estimated R. N. Plummer and Bob King, as- State Rep. Doyle Conner said getting threatening the- money for these children we I which designed to take care of "As a 'result of the confusion"

that the tearing down movingand sisted Reddish in the investigation this week that ownership of the I of the Macclenny goal Women Members"Woman's force to attend our schools, but i the needs of the city for at least the complaint stated, "a numberof

construction job will take during the weekend and in the site will be transferred from the I that does only half the job. I the next ten years. ballots marked for Edwards

about a week and a half. early part of the week. Agricultural Department to the Legion Kicks Oft I don't care how sharp anyone's Open house guests wifl be in- were counted for Johns." The
It is that the tower suffrage" came to. cannot be vited to at the door for
important The facilities! of the Florida Department of Public Safety. the Quarterback pencil is, this action register complaint said that patr of the
Club I
be erected first, Lewis said so Sheriff's Bureau, whose aid was Member DriveThe night when the Tuesday justified financially," the Senator prizes totaling $50 to be appliedon inspectors began counting the V
Lewis and Conner examinedthe membership votedto I
that centralized radio communication their light bills. The winners
requested by State Attorney T. E. (Continued on Page Four) j votes in the city clerk's race
can -be established for the site last Friday with several open ranks to the female of the of the nrizes will be announced at
Duncan, were made available Wednesday while the count of the polic.chiers .
Bradford County operation. members of the County Commis- Jones-Langford-White Post species who, they all agreed, is 6 o'clock when the open house
toy Don McLeod, directorof race waa still going on.
to be erectedare sion. Conner said that Lewis 56 of the American Legion kickedoff more aggressive than the "male.'Let's Kingsley Group cpmes to a close.
Other the
buildings and
the bureau. McLeod get in here V "The procedure set up to be followed -
some women
to release the land its 1958 membership drive In commenting on the
an office and shop structure. the matterall agreed as open
sheriff conferred on
and three residences to house the afternoon. Reddish said that soon as a timber survey and the Monday night with drive chair- and they'll make us men get off" Pushes Solution house, Mayor %V. T. Jackson said: was to count one race at
our soap boxes and to work, a time and conclude the count
announcing that I I "I hope citizen of Starke
towerman and dispatcherand to send an in- arrangements can be man HarI'Y.Rabb every
ranger McLeod promised necessary
I is the way one member put it.That's before beginning to count the
their will take
their families. When completed vestigator to Bradford County made. 75 members have paid new To Bus ProblemA advantage of this opportunity
Service will have. fees which are due Oct. 1. right, another one to visit our municipal next race," thi 'petition stated.
within a few days. The Commission, which was agreed. "I hate to dance, but
I staff of nine in Bradford The membership cards for 1958 power plant. To fully appreciatethe Ballot BoxesEdwards'
a men The fire marshals are solely in- given responsibility for providingthe whenever those club women havea group of Kingsley Lake
including the two tower- are now in the mail Rabb said, expanded facilities, they must petition also uked
terested in the circumstances and site for the new patrol station dance brother, I dance." parents\ who organized last be seen, and I believe that
stationed at the and all members are requested to every that the court take the ballot
men already of obtain -
cause fire efforts to
and have noth- has requested a strip of To celebrate the new policy, it week to push person who visits the
present Louis Hill and Santa Fe ing to do with the return their checks as soon as for plant next boxes out of the custody of City
shooting Red- land 400 feet by 400 feet on a was decided to hold a covered transportation Wednesday will come away witha
towers. dish said. possible. dish in the school Kingsley Lake children con- Clerk Johns and "designate some
supper high fuller
wooded tract of land just north understanding of the in-
The new unit has been called on Reddish said he has sent out of the Starke market on U. S. Early payment of 1958 oues will cafeteria Tuesday night Oct. 1, at tinued their program this valuable asset we have in our official not a party to the actionto

for only a light fire fighting load an alert for two men he classedas 301. be' rewarded with enrollment in 6 p.m. The early hour was set week with a meeting at utility." municipal take possession until .further.

since beginning operations on July suspects in the case, but would the "Early Bird Club," consisting in order that members may attend Kingsley Lake. The :Mayor and other I order of the Court."

1. They have helped combat five give no details about them. The 1957 legislature construction approp-- solely of 'members who have paid the B Squad football game to be Persons attending the ficials will be on hand to city of-' The petition asked the courtto
trash fires which out of hand riated $30,000 for the Oct. 31. Members of this said that the greet.
got by: played later that evening. An meeting courseof visitors during the day. The take three actions: -.
since that time, Lewis said. I Charged With Stealing of the plant. group will be feted at a free barbEcue out of town speaker will be invited action decided upon was public is cordially Invited. 1)) To order Johns to deliver
to be held in Novem- to another
supper to address the group and tell to try promote
Ingram Named FEA Bathtub And Fence 2 Face Drunk ber.Another some of the accomplishments of agreement between the Petit the ballots to a party not having -
LarcenyA interest In the election. '
advantage of early Quarterback Clubs in other com- Bradford and Clay county
Area Vice PresidentHugh Harold Starling of Lawteywas Driving Charges payment, Rabb said, will be free munities. boards for the transportation timber 2) To inspect the ballots cast

charged this ,week with unlawfully trance to the coming Bradford Gilbert S. Goldwire, newly elect- of these students. week man was accused this and determine which are valid

B. Ingram, principarof the taking a bathtub fromthe Two persons were charged with County Fair. The 1958 member- ed president of the local club, said Attorney Hollis Knight ad- failing by to a fulfill Negro woman with and legal. .

Lawtey JuniorHigh School, was house. a next door neighbor driving while intoxicated on ship card will admit the legion- that all adult men and women in vised the parents that they for his promise to 3)) To order a recount V to be

elected vice president of Area 4 and the wire from a chicken county roads over. the weekend. raire to the fair grounds free each the area are .invited to become had no basis for any l legal cut.pay a lot of trees which he.. conducted in the presence of the
of the Florida Educational Association pen in her yard. Elsie Thornton was arrested day of the fair which will be held members of the club which has action. The I court with all convenient speed."If .
M. man, M.
Saturday by patrolman Elixson
at a meeting held Monday the 'week. of Oct. 28. as its objective the active supportof The group also discussedthe was
Starling was formally .N. Sellars or a charge of drunk charged with petit a recount Is had, Merrill
charged At the larceny of
ir. Lake City.Schools meeting Monday. the the high school athletic pro- possibility of annexationof
with $37.50 Edwards will be found to be the
grand larceny, and driving. Her bond was set at on a formal
bond complaint
legionnaires were entertained with basketball base- the to
including area Bradford
were dismissed in Bradford gram
set $500.'The $200. signed by the candidate with the largest number
at woman, Jessie
two films
County for the day in order complaint was shown by Dick Eich- ball, and track, as well as"football. County.
made by Mrs. Geneva Leroy Smith was charged with horn, a Hagan. of votes," the petition gtated.
representative of the
that teachers rmight attend the the same offense couple attending sup-: ,
eight-county meeting. Speakers who just recently bought the Monday by when arrested Game Management. Division of per next Tuesday night is asked Work Slated To Begin Soon
Deputy Sheriff
during the diy included Dr. Doak house next door to Starling. Sweat. Riley the Florida ,Fish and Game Com I to bring a covered dish.

Campbell FSU: Braulio retiring Alonzo president of Tampa of Encouraging Report Given mission. I I new In officers addition elected to Goldwire to guide, other the Bid Of $7,937 To Move Heilbronn} School AcceptedA I

president of FEA; and Ed Hen- club during the new school year

derson, executive' secretary of the .I were: Carl Lamar Johns, vice -

organization. Lake Level Rising I In Keystone Area Group ToldSome I (Continued on Page Four) moving bid of 'the$7,937 Heilbronn on the projectof School I' this month had also submitted a bid I ported the Gilbert bid and opposed

time but it was withdrawnby the motion when it came
:License Bullington, NewC building to Starke was
Driving accepted
hope for the land-locked Park a representative of the company up for a vote. Starling said he
Deadline Nea'rMonday property owners was voiced at a gave an encouraging report The senator predicted that a Friday as the School l Board tried before the bids were open- was familiar with the reputation
pointing to an ultimate solutionof State Geological of C PresidentRoscoe again to get the work underway.The .
meeting of the Lake Brooklyn Survey team ed.The of Gilbert and was sure he would
i.! the last day for Association held in the Keystone the problem. He said .that the will be in the area within the Board had previously 'low bid submitted by Gil- get the building moved if given

motorists to renew Florida driv- Heights Woman's Club last Sat- topographical study applied for next few weeks to take boringsand Bullington, local'photo- tentatively accepted a bid of $9- bert stipulated that the company the contract, despite the disputed

ers' licenses before' the delinquent urday night.It several months ago through the gather other data over an 18 grapher'and gift shop owner, was 975, but later rejected it because would move the building in two clause.

into Soil Consen'ation'Service has months period.. elected president of the Starke since it was the only one sub- sections
penalty goes effect was reported that due to recent "subject to issuance of The other members said they
County Judge T. A. Yawn said rains Sand Hill Lake is approved and has advanced Adams stressed the point that and Bradford County Chamber of mitted they were uncertain a permit by the State Road Department did not doubt Gilbert's reliability

this week. spilling into Magnolia. and thatif on the priority list to where there is no quick solution to the Commerce a meeting held Mon- whether or not they had receiveda No permit-no bid." but in a case such U ,this
preliminary work is to afternoon in the chamber of-
expected day
Persons who renew licenses Magnolia rises another foot watershed problem !but expressed The Board members argued had to go by what was writtenin
after the Sept. 30 deadline will water will begin to flow into begin before Jan. 1. He said the hope that "We will ultimatelysee flee.H.. A. Two bids were opened Friday, that this condition made the bid the bid.
Federal elected
Bishop was
government will pa'y the
have to pay an extra $1. The Gator Creek which empties into cost of this work. sufficient control structures: vice president, and Gene Longwas with the successful bid being too "unsubstantial. Represent- The building Is to be moved

,;L licenses are on sale at :a special Brooklyn Lake. and refttrvoirs in this area to named treasurer.The submitted by Hygema1overs atives of the other companies advised from its present location about
table in the hall of the Carl Carnes A team is already i in the area Inc. of Jacksonville.The the members that if the miles
\1 front president of the keep .a constant water level in following four directorswere eight west of Starke to *

\ courthouse from 8:30 a. m. until Association, said that the levelIn to gather data for a: ,geological our lakes." elected for three-year terms: second: bid submitted by building 'were cut into only two site on the west end of the foot-

%, 12 noon on Saturday Brooklyn 'has risen about two study of Clay, Bradford, Al chua He said that the 1957 Legis- W. T. Jackson E. L. Matthews, W. C. Gilbert Housemovers of sections they would be too wide ball field. It will be used. to

Persons renewing licenses and a half inches since the fall and Union Counties Adams said.. islature Carl Johns, and Mrs. J. M. Smith. Macclenny, was $137 lower thanHygema's to gain SRD approval The Hy house elementary clasaea.. '*
passed a general bill authorizing -
must turn in their old ones be- rains have started.' It is estimated A Federal appropriation of boards of i H. E. Dayton was named to the but was rejected by gema Co. plans to cut the build- In other action the Board agreed -

fore the new one will Ye issued. that th lake has droppeo $150,000 was made for this pro- to' county- commissioners I board as successor to N. B. Zepp, the Board because of a clause ing into four parts.If to buy a six acre tract adjacent
"** *-i" ''. spend money who has moved from the city.It which could have nullified it
i.fnse desk will re- almost 20 feet during the fouror ject to be matched by state dams, flood gates, and other the unless the sections were too wide to the Lawtey Negro

main open until 5 p.m. Saturday five years that rainfall has fundAdams said,' and the '1957 such structures that might be was annual decided that chamber.'s certain condition .were met. and the permit refused, the school in compliance with R recommendation -

to accommodate persons wanting been below normal in this area. legislature made the V banquet would beheld met. V J "V -- members said, the Board wouldbe of the.Wtata sur-
necessary necessary in 'a long range wa- Thursday night. Nov. 14, in
to renew license. The LaRue which
Sen. Tom Adams Corporation right back where it started.
Orange vey team that the school
appropriation. ter control project. the Methodist recreation. :hall .' ..gronndj.
had submitted the $9.975 bid last Chairman Dan Starling sup- be extended. V


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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTFormer's AAAAAAAAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.HIGHLAND .yyyyyyyyy..yyyyy, Springs spent the weekend with change Puilding, Jacksonville 2,
k editorial re.I 'LONGBRIDGE :Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and- and file the original in the office of
DiaryBy family. the Clerk of the Circuit" Court'O\!
or before the 7 ,day of., October
kE AND NEW ;RIVER Darrell Edwards of the U. S. 1957; otherwise the allegation oi
t I Sam McGamy Mrs. Marines, stationed at' Camp"jeune Le- said 'Corapaint will be taken ,-as- .
By Lacy confessed: by you.
N. C. is home on furloughand
The 'Automatic Recount'r > This notice shall be published
wagonj) but we are the same &&& with'his' wife and baby, once each week for four consecutive
weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
old sand-in-tha shoes transplanted and :Mrs. Nan Merritt visited her were visiting the Ancel Normans
A lot jf "ifs" and "perhaps" have developed poor Mrs. Charles Mosely Mr. graph. _
Yankees. and Mrs. Floyd Norman and son, daughter, Mrs. Harold Shiver, Sunday night. Dated this SO day of August,
f: over that matter, of a mere two votes separating 1957;
.all of Jacksonville, spent the in Palatka over the weekend., Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and
: the candidates in the recent Clerk (OFFICIAL SEAL)
City race.
weekend with the L. M. Normans.Mr. sons, Rudolph and Joe visited
\ Hear that the new idea of Dewitt Raularson and sister, Charles A. Darby.
They have resulted in an expensive contested : and :Mrs. Brown Austin and relatives in Tavares and Enter- Clerk of the Circuit Court.
raising pigs in ,an incubator, justas Mrs. Lula Dority of Lawtey By .Marian 1. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
election proceedings and inevitable confusion. family spent Tuesday of last prise last weekend.
chicks are, has been abandoned were in our section renewing 'old '/6 U /1
arise of week with the Dock Normans at Mrs Delores Carmichael and ,
,-Suppositions,, naturally in the mind '
by the experts. Trouble acquaintencies with Fernie, Joe A OTiCE'TO AlTKAB1m
their home near Jacksonville.Billy :Mr. and Mrs. Archie Carmichael
the loser finding that two votes stand bruit CarBradford Ccuty
on only and Albert Moody and families. ,
they was that they could
say Marr of Mims was a din- of Jacksonville were visiting relatives Florida IB Cbaarery.
between him and success: "If I had visited justa Getting lot of rain these days not find a feed that was as goodas ner guest*of the Lacey Normans Mr. and 'Mrs. J., V. Hull and here last weekend. Margaret Phelps Plaintiff va. CUrtis

few more persons," or, "if I had campaigned and this country around here is the sow's milk. last Saturday. family of High Springs were Beginning the first Sunday in Phelps, DefendantCase No. 12-314.,
little harder the would have been starting to look .the it did of Mr. and Mrs. Notice To Appear
just a story way "* Edwin Griffis of South Florida weekend guests October evening church services

different." years ago, when all the pondsand We know one man who won't spent the weekend here with Robert L. Black. will begin one half hour earlier. dence To: Curtis and address Phelps is: whose Route 1,resi-Un-.

bays were filled with water.In have trouble Rhoda Dow ing is enjoy- Union will begin at ion Springs, Alabama. -
-. And the more the thin line of margin between any getting quail friends and relatives. Mrs. Training You hereby notified a
defeat and winning is considered, the stronger fact, if we should get a coupleof this season. George Shuford at Janette Griffis of Jacksonville this week, with her' trother and 6:30, and preaching services at ,suit are for divorce, etc. that
hurricane rains now, it will Crewsat 7:30. Pastor, Rev. Walter Le. has .been filed against you in the
Lawtey raises them, and has a wife Mr. and Mrs. Gurney
grows the probability that a small error in count- take Charlie Shuford said, spent the weekend here with her above named Court and canto and
whole yardful, and he ia one the State Farm. TO.APPE.'R you are required iw serve acopy.ofyour
ing might, have been the cause. After all, with with 'duck blood' in their mother, Callie Griffis. NOTICE answer or pleading to the
people hunter who eat visited la Circuit Court, Bradford Gouty,
can always good Piney Crews of Ft. Myers complaint on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT.
such a small margin, just one vote counted veins to get. around. when he gets home' from a bird Those from here attending the the E. A. Sapps Tuesday and Florida Lee I.Colvin Chancery.Doyle Plaintiff. vs. Frank Landrum. )'; O,,Bos tit,
wrongly could have tied the totals. e School Starke.. Florida ,
Sunday meeting Thursday ,
hunting trip. Incidentally, he Wednesday of last week- Samuel Eugene ana file the original in the office
The winner also is beset with "ifs." "If those Noticed that New River out or night at Cedar Creek Baptist Case No. 12-362 of the Clerk of the Circuit Court onor
has just got some and To
Dekle Notl AppearTo
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson : before the
friends of mine who took my victory for granted near Brooker, for instance, is giant quail and also some phe- Church were Maggie Crews, Zet- : Samuel Eugene Colvin, whose 7th day of October, 1957; l
now, and much higher tie Padget, Mr. and Mrs. Rich daughter of Jacksonville were residence and address is: United otherwise the allegation of fall
had voted, there would have been no question very up it be- asants. Mosely and daughter, Mr. and Sunday dinner guests of the M. States Army Air Force Base, Fort Complaint will be taken al'confused -

:of my victory." And the winner with a hard than And we have that ever there seen is waterin Mrs. C. M. Griffis and daughter, L. Johns Jr. family. Benning You are Georgia.hereby notified, that a This by yon.notice' shall be published

won ejection decided in. his favor' is naturally fore. aso We tried burning out the cat, Mrs. Lois Chism, Billy Austin, Mrs. Edna Lavender is visitingMr. suit for divorce and restorationof once each week for four consecutive
the county been filed
the ditches all over maiden name has weeks in tb BRADFORD COUNTY
going to battle any attempts to change the de- erpillars or webworms that were ,Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman, El- and Mrs. Harold in Palatka against you in the above named TELEQRAF4L- :
cision. now. tree in the len Norman and son, Edward Court and cause and you are required Dated this, 4th day of Sept,*1957.
S's eating up a pecan this week.. of SEAL Charles Darby
to serve a copy your ( A.
didn't do Chism, and Carol, Robert, Paul, to the com-- Clerk of the Circuit Court
barnyard, and it any Ga. answer or pleading
Thus the situation develops into a court battle, One errygrower, Luther Hil- triedit and Carl Norman. Offle Kendrick of Atlanta plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney By Marian 1.. Crosby Deputy Clerk

with considerable expense and trouble for every- liard, said that he is holding off good at all.two First months time we, and Our Laymen's Day will be held is spending this week with his Taeniler & about ago .
Mrs Annie, Schofield.Mr.
one involved. setting out berry patches now, he webworms.So Oct. 13 at the church here. Bro. sister, : -- -
because he is afraid that we right back came W. C. Hardee will speak at the and :Mrs. Donnie Kite of From where' '
A to make situation less like- :
measure such a we burned it out again a "
washing morning service, and Bro.'Winfred Jacksonville were- Sunday-'morn-
might get some heavy,
ly in the future was suggested to the Council few, weeks ago, and now the .
rains that would ruin the plant Wilkinson will have charge of the ing visitors "of Roy Turner. I
last week by Charles Hardy, veteran vote count- tree is worse than ever. We'vetalked '
ing. evening service. Be sure to be Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp were
ter. Although all angles of the proposal have to old farmers who say here that day to hear these two in Palatka visiting their sons,

not been explored, it seems' to contain enough Got old Katrinka, the tractor, that this is the worst year web-they young men. Everyone welcome Leslie and Pete, last Saturday : \ Clam 'Chowder

merit to warrant further consideration and study. out and back in running order can ever remember for the. Our promotion day is Sept. 29. and Sunday.

worms. Don't. forget ,Sunday School and ....
Hardy proposed that the Council pass an again. She had been sitting in ,
Church. Come over and worship y -r
ordinance providing for an on-the-spot recountin the shed for a long time, doing with -" ':- -: Curley Lewis ''run' ? a, rfiutelwith the 'cups out than they started

the event that a margin of ,only a very few nothing but letting depreciationeat We used to think that all the us.Rev. a little dining room. He in again, sayin there should bea

votes separates the winning candidate from the her up and we were espec- cars towing boats along US 301 George Chism and familyof hElL B. R.'O N N don't serve big meals, just tries law against, puttin' tomatoesin
Moniac, Ga., filled his regular to fix breakfasts and light clam chowder. Curley triedto
loser. This number, which would be based on a ially worried about the big rear around here were to "e used for .
snacks for folks who in explain that he liked tomatoes
small percentage of the total vote, would be designated tires! because they don't give fishing or boating. But now, services: at the church here last -'-By-. Mrs.",, Ancel jr '.Norman. late. come in his clam chowder.
Sunday and had dinner at the Mt.
the Council in the ordinance.In those things away. She chugged when whole patches of the road AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr. '
by Zion 'Baptist Church with revival The other night Curley was From where I'm sitti i lot
most cases an immediate, careful recount right off, and now we'll get busy are turned into little pondsin ending with dinner. and Mrs Barney Eggersand closin' up when,a couple drovein. of people 'get confused' about
would 'satisfy the loser and 'end the matter then and get some mowing done heavy rains, we wonder if the children of Jacksonville They started fussin' about opinion and law I happen to
,* drivers aren't taking their boats the size of the rooms 'and the like a.glass of ale or beer.with
arid there; but, in case it did not, he could still spent the weekend here with her
size of the beds and the size of I'm
insur- dinner. against
We are asked how with them as a matter of and Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. my passin'laws '
apply to the courts for relief if he had sufficientcause. frequently can get parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. the air conditioner. Then they that prohibit tomatoes in
old iron-head, the water pump ance to be sure they Thursday-Youth Choir rehearsal Norman. ,. wanted somethin' to eat. Curley my clam chowder and haviq'beer

Fuiegan is these days. Sam and through! 6:30: p.m. Chancel Choir re Mr. and :Mrs. :Morris Johns of started in to fix some coffee. with my dinner. -
Of course there are certain obvious "bugs"that the water pump have an agree- hearsal 7:30 p.m. Jacksonville visited his parents:, They didn't want coffee, they

would have to be worked out in this pro- ment now, and we haven't had Presbyterian Church Mr. and :Mrs.- E. C. Johns and wanted soup, so Curley asked if Joe tJtfAu
recount For instance- Worship us every Sunday they'd like some clam chowder (
posed automatic system. and serious trouble for a long grandfather John :McCormick,
what if the recount total again resulted in a one time. (Time out for knocking on friday-Adult choir practice morning. Listen to station WRGR Sunday afternoon. -chowder.very special He'd homemade no sooner clam got

or two vote ,margin, but with a different out- wood, and whistling). Finneganstill 8 p.m. from 11:30 till noon. 'Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morgan and .. .

come than the, first? Would the process be end- get& an attack of indigestionnow Rally Sunday Dav-Church-and promotion school, service special, r", __ _n daughter-_ Linda. ,, of.White'T -- I

ed there, or would a third recount be necessary to and then, but Sam just 9:45: a.m.; :Morning worship service ---- ''- -

satisfy all parties concerned? Certainly, there takes off a connection and lets "Jesus and the Children, 11

would have to be a stopping point somewhere the water out. and all is fine .for am.; Youth fellowships, 6 p.m.;

along the line. These are'the' details that could another while... Evening"worship service,. "Christ,

likely be worked out to the satisfaction of every- % Our Hope," 7:30 p.m.
It will soon be hog butcheringtime : Tuesday Board of Deacons,
one, however, at the time the ordinance was 6
and we can't wait to get 7:50 p.m.; Starke Social Club, z

drawn. some more of that, good home- 7:30 p.m. St :Mark's Episcopal
The recent instance of a two-vote margin of Church
.. ..ma e,.sausage. .flI soon as it
"'victory in theY ilr:clerk J 's race is something that turns 'coolve" are, "going out in Thursday *- Junior choir practice ,!{ _

does not often happen, and, although it led toa the country and get ourselves a 3:30 p.m.Methodist. Ys

lot of confusion, it has served at least one use- mess of it and then we'll reallyeat

ful purpose. No more powerful demonstrationhas "high on the hog. Church .
ever been devised to illustrate the value of a Sunday School for all ages, 9:45a : ,z
By the way, ,we' have traded
a single vote.A m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. .
lot or people who stayed away from the pollson cars, and so if you should see a Dine-A-Mite for MYF, 6:55 p. m. .... ...

September 10 because they felt that their one yellow and white_ car (we call Senior and Intermediate :MYF f,
Blondie) drive up to your farm, worship and business meetings, !
vote would make no difference
are probably
don't run and hide, for it will 7:15 Evening Worship, 8pm.
kicking themselves for not coming out to checka not be a salesman trying to sell p.m. "ni"tt

ballotTfor: the candidate of ,their choice. One something The car is a later Tuesday-WSCS Prayer :Meeting -

vote could have made a.lot of difference in that model (not at all like old Nellie 9:30 a.m.Wednesday .

election, just as it made a, lot of difference on Belle, our faithful! ,old! station .-= Prayer: ,.Meeting.
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Open House At Power Plant -

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Complaceny is a luxury that few can:; afford '

yet we find our citizens and even many of our V

city officials ignoring or taking for granted the ""- '

real value of our municipal.electric system. That ; l I e
is reason enough to laud the efforts of our city

officials! in sponsoring an open house at the .

municipal plant on Wednesday, Oct. 2, for the I -
I I Shop WiIwn'sStarting ,of Gainesville Dacron 'or Nylon
Highly ,
purpose of better acquainting our citizens with 1 >

just what a blessing we have. BIRDSEYE DIAPERS Monde ly September. 30th \ UNIFORMS

Perhaps the best to set value I >
way a on some- .. ,
1.79, Doz. This is |lust-o semi|!)Ie of the hundreds ofxjys ,. .
thing you possess is to think about what you Special 1.r .9a SALE 4.99
/ Mark III. Mahogany finish "'- w, "w money saving t you'll find
would do without it, How many of us have thown (maple er light j ji

ever given a thought to what our city would do rift SHF3.oak, available).Model .4 r 1 Child e 's, '

if it did not own its electric utilities system? *** x00000 S-T-RE-T-C-H ', Famous Moke Men's NylonSTRETCH Cannon

Obviously we would have to raise taxes .1 ,
or curtail BRAS = GIRDLE SOCKS
services, or possibly a combination of ,both. IiiAMC14ffi1' R... 2.98-16.50 '

Neither step is very popular as- any city official l Special 3 pr. 1-00 SALE Yz Price t < SALE 39c Special 2 for 1.00

can tell you.Continued.
% )ls PlAYS All 4 SPEEDS...: .. -,
high Federal taxation and increased HIGH FIDELITY "VICTROLA HAS AM-FM RADIO. ,. Little Boy, Nan NobleYLONiZED Men's Cotton / ChenHfeBED

State taxes combined with the steadily rising Provision for Stereophonic Sound 'IL CORDUROY ,JACKET '
cost of living have placed the average citizen ina .4-Speaker Panoramic Sound ,. ;, Sizes 3-6 BRIEFS /II. SPREADS '

financial squeeze. Without the profits from 'I. Push-Pull On-Off Volume '::' Rei. ... 2J 1.00 Res.
Control' Special 2.99 39cLadies 79c 4.49. ,
the 59c -
municipal tax -
plant in
our squeeze Starke
.Master Control Panel With :' ( = --:......'
would become a death throttle that would spell Magic Ray I Lighting"MagicEye" '

financial doom for businesses as well as individual Tuning Little Boys Hollywood .Men's!. LongJHeevt 45" :Sheer DoaonDRAPERY
*l 9" *
Hear the newest Sensation in Sound f focfayj RICA tradenaatklOr h1pe[ onJ COAT SWEATERS
Figure it out for
yourself At the
time ,
_. __, moid d'tartrt Sizes 36Special <. ,
our electric utility provides money for services 99c' JSS SALE' 4.99. 2.9 let' SALE 1.99 r.n Vz PRICE
such as street lighting, garbage and trash collection -

debt service, police and fire protection, ,
.Cotton Flannel I '" Hundreds ,0{ Yards 'Beocon Net.
and others too numerous tormention.: Determine .
Stretch.Dress Sheer '
what the cost of these services would be if the BOYS PPRT5HIRTS FALL COTTONS CURTAINS

city had to buy them. The total of the two figures 'TV ServIceAll NYLONSSpecial -,
Sizes 616SPxid,99e
thus computed is the direct cash value of t He*. ,Penny a fg SALE, 94qp..,

our municipal ownership of the electric,utility,, I 69c ,79-9 hsela. -

The municipal power plant is YOUR power --

plant. It belongs to ,the citizens of Starke, and Big Boys Stretch Plastic Gr, Chintz. '_ _$1 yd.. Skirtlengths. .. .. .., -,- 'Automatic. '.. """
we should ,be more familiar with it. 'An opportunity Work Guaranteed .Free Estimates Wool l & Wool Blends ELECTRIC BLANKET-

to become better. acquainted will be of- SOCKS .+4 GARMENT BAGS. J'.._. .., ...- .- .
fered next Wednesday when, the' City will hold Fully Equipped, DependableAll 'Rig.. 10. -- J Res.,
; .... 'SALE ,39eWodtrRaYan.Blend ; -" -.SALE 1.49Wool %.98. SALE 1.39 .',, SALE 1199:
open in,,the-.recently expanded I plant. Thisis Makes and Models !' :9a,

that should be ;
an opportunity welcomed by

every ,citizen of Starke. _. "- .J..,, & Wool. :Blend Misses,. Women,, .. .... .Gr.JunforDRESSES.,. Wool G'IHoolBlend' ;


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m.rnmr..m.n.nm can go back to work Wednesday yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Mrs. Edward Beebe and family, I. Thelma Wise and I I Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Bennett in'I I Florda. I teachers attended a district school

I after a two weeks illness. Mr and Mrs.; Troy Bennett, ,Mr. Mrs. Margie Lamb, of Starke. I Melbourne.\ Mrs. Horace Cox of Jackson- meeting in Lake City. Hugh B.

MAXVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson LAWTEY' and :Mrs. Donald Bennett and I! Mr. and Mrs. D., B..Thomas and Gene Griffis 'of Fort Dix, N.J. ville spent Monday with her parents Ingram principal of the Lawtey
and Mrs. Kite and .
spent the weekend in Jacksonville sons 'Mr.
had his and Mrs. Paul Dinkins. school was elected vice presidentof
family as Sunday guests Mr. is spending a furlough with Mr. ,
By fllri. O. b. l\Olan with their son and daughter- sons, Mr. and Mrs. Kite"'and
in-law, Mr. and :Mrs. EarlWilk- dy Sin. Joyce T.1NUkhr.AAAAALAAAAAAAALAAAAAa daughter, Misses Jean Hiatt and and Mrs, Tom Hewett Jr., and parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Fonzo The scnooi cnuaren enjoyed a this organization for the com-
.AAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFranklin of Mrs. Tom Hewett Sr. of Ocala. while the for the coming year,
inson and children. Friends Ferrell Jean Bradley andGary Griffis. holiday on Monday
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They all visited Mr and Mrs. C-R.
Mosley and Mr. and Earl will regret to know that he Bennett. I Whitehead Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williamsand I
Mr and :Mrs. Joe Shuford and I at Kingsley Lake in
Mrs. Clem Mosley and daughterof and his baby son have been ill. Jeffrey Marrs of Jd.cksonville'is the afternoonMrs. son, 'and Joe Summerlin of
Ft. Meade visited their cousin Earl's wife is employed at the family of St. Augustine were visiting Mrs. Sam Hicks and Lake City were Saturday evening
weekend guests of Mrs. John Shu- Preston Green was in Mel-
Mrs. Hattie Nolan, Satur- office of Judge McKinney: Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford.Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
issung driving prmits. ford and Dave. and Mrs. Earl Teston were bourne early last week to bring Priest and family.

day.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and, Sunday dinner guests of Mr ,and her ,sons home ,after hey: had Ray Reddish returned to HUNDREDSof
James Waters and sons Mrs. Mary Wellhausen spent last daughter of Millington, Tenn., are, Mrs. Marion Tucker in Jackson- visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rich- Gainesville last 'week to resume

of Lawtey were overnight guestsof Saturday and Sunday with 'Mr. visiting Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs.' ards in West Palm 'Beach, and his studies at ,the University of details are managed and economic
Mr; and Mrs. Buford Higgin and Mrs. Frank Wellhausen and Nellie Wilkerson.Mr. ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Milo Smith and -
ally attended that only a trained and
botham last Thursday. family. and Mrs. Buster Bennett twin daughters are visiting Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Higgin- and son Mrs. Hattie Darley Mrs. careful organization can attend when
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellum and and Mrs. Dale Mitchell in Leba- Under New
IOn and Mrs. Louise Eichelson I botham moved Saturday from, Daisy Bock and son, and Miss non, Va. Charles Smith is staying Management ., the urgent heed for serving is at

of Jacksonville were their home here to Lawtey. Senie Prescott spent last week- with Mickey Moore,. aricl Marie hand.
and son B. Rev. W. O. Mathis of Jackson- end in Daytona with Mrs. Jennie with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs SIMPSON'S TAXI PHONE
guests of Mr and Mrs. F. 200Now
ville will begin his duties as pastorof Lastinger and Mrs. Alice Austin. !while their parents are away.
Coleman and family over the the Maxwell Baptist Church on BIUDAL SHOWERMrs. Mr.; and Mrs. Donald Bennett DeWITT C. JONES

weekend. Sunday Oct. 6. Rev. Lester Tag- Billy Torode was the in- and sons and Buster and Troy Owned and Operated by Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
Members of the Congregational gart, former pastor, will be pas- spiration for a lovely bridal shower Bennett of Titusville spent the -

Holiness Church enjoyed tor at the Black Pond Baptist at the home of Mrs. Preston weekend here with relatives.Mr. George and Dolly Simpson Funeral Director Ambulance Service

a weiner roast at the churn Church.We Green on Thursday evening Sept. and :Mrs. Glen Williamsonand
Saturday.night. are sorry to hear that Jim- 19. Mrs. George W. Roberts had sons and Mrs. Mamie Drake COURTEOUS DRIVERS OUr local funeral home enable u, to offer coaTetlcaeeaervicM 1M

mie Higdon is ill at his home here. I charge of the games. After Mrs. were in Jacksonville last week- act ctherwio available.
P. T. A. Meeting Friends of Walter Sculley will Torode opened the many beautiful end to Mrand Mrs. Arthur NEWLY COVERED SEATS
see .
The Maxville P. T. A. held the seri- .. 4 ,.. .... d A "
regret to learn that he is gift Mrs. Green assisted by Williamson.Mr. .
first regular business meeting of ously ill in St. Vincent's Hospitalin Mrs. Arthur Pearce, Mrs. Troy and Mrs. Bobby Bennett PROMPT 24-HOUR SERVICE We furnu the hlgheat type fervlee at lowed priots tad

the term Wednesday afternoon, Jacksonville. Bennett and Mrs. B. Reddish and sons of Daytona spent the accept ANY life insurance policy in force, itfaed by ANT

Sept. 18 at the school house. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and served delicious refreshments to I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Troy Phone 200 .. Your Patronage Appreciated coopany, u payment in part er la full on ft fiaeraL
Plans were made to hold an i family visited in Macclenny Sun- the following guests: Mesdames Bennett. Consultation carries no"SuperRight" obUptlm.
Open House at the school Tues- day with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Fred Moore O. J. Anders H. C. Mrs. O. J. Phillips and family --

day night, Sept. 24, and com- Sweat and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wainwright Sam Hicks, Glen and Mrs. Fate -Redd and family -
mittee chaimen were appointed.The Sweat and family. Shuford, Milo Smith, Buster Ben- visited Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phil- -
project adopted for the term You are invited to worship with nett, G. W. Roberts Effie Miner lips and sons in Callahan on Sat-
a movie "Ray and Jay," the Country Cou- Mae Wells Tom Casey, GeorgeL. urdayMr.
funds to buy
Js to and sins each Sunday morning at 7:15: Shuford, John Shuford JoyceT. and Mrs. Gary Snow of
record player
camera and tiled. Miss over radio station WQIK in Jack- Futch, and Mrs. J. E. Wall of Orlando visited Mr. and Mrs. Short
have the bathrooms sonville. This is presentedby .
receivedthe program Starke.Mr. Fred Moore last Friday afternoon.
Debbie Phillips' class I the Maxwell CongregationalHoliness and Mrs O. J. Anders and Marvin Warren was in Stuart
room banner for attendance. I. Church. The boys participating Billy were Sunday dinner guestsof last weekend and brought his wife Shank Skinned

Gene Johnson of :Maxville and on this program are Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins. home after she had visited her HAMS

others were shown on television Ray Harris and L. J. Padgett.The and family, and visited Mr. and! parents Mr. and Mrs. Pegram.Mrs. .
J station 12 Saturday night as he Maxwell boys baseball team Mrs. Jimmy Hogan in the after- Jack Brassel and familyof

was playing football with the beat Lawtey Sunday 11 to 4. Jacksonville visited her parents -

I I Baldwin team. Baldwin lost the Bobby Burnsed and Bill Roberson noon.Mr.. and Mrs. E. E. Burney of Mr. and Mrs. Truby Wainwright -
with Terry Parker 46 to pitched. A lot of credit can be Jacksonville visited Mrs Henry on Saturday.

game but it was a good try. Gene given to Bobby Burned, especially Sapp on Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Hermie Kelly carried his son ,
7, his ankle and pulled since he was so sore from play- Carl Kirtsinger Sr. of Wendell to Lakeland on Wednes- .

sprained In his leg while ing football against Terry Parker Chattahoochee, and Mrs. .Carl day where he will continue his
the ligaments he will be School on Saturday night. Kirtsinger Jr. and son of the studies at Florida Southern Col- 1
but we hope Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and Elizabeth
playing State Farm visited Miss ,
able to play again by next Bald-Fri- family of Jacksonville visited Sat- Terry on Saturday afternoon.Mr. lege.Mr.. and Mrs. Clyde Hiatt spent i I LB49c
I day u-s s.,ht- "PDt. 27. when 'urday with :Mrs. Dorothy Waters and Mrs. Fate Redd and the weekend at their place on : :
I win plays D. & B. on home I'I and family. family of Macon Ga. brought Crystal River.

ground Mrs. Bill Roberson and daughter Mrs. O. J. Phillips home on Fri- Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and f
We regret that Andrew Mid- o' Jacksonille visited with Mrs. day and remained for the week- Danny were in Waldo on Sunday
ill Dorothy Waters and family Sun- .
was taken suddenly end.Sharon afternoon to see their son Coleman -
vette the school bus home. aay while :Mr. Roberson played Mosley formerly of Orlando who has been ill for several -
while riding last Friday and hope ball in Lawtey with the Maxville is staying with her parents
from school earn. :Mr. and Mrs. R. W. and days.Mr.
be well. Mosley and Mrs. V. L. Starlingand -------
that he will soon Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargroves has entered the 8th grade here. family visited his mother, Mrs. '
Sidney Higdon and Harry slickers attended church services Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest and Alma Starling in Starke last Sultana Allgood

Billy Whitehead and Andrew night at the Raiford Road Churchof family were business visitors to I Sunday.'

Midgette, were- chosen by the God. Jacksonville on Monday.Mr. I Carl Vanzant and Rowell Prevail SHORT GRAIN SLICED BACON 1-1b package 67
Baldwin school for school patrols Mrs. Dick Harri; and daughter, and Mrs. Preston Green and were deep sea fishing sJalur-

this year are better after a recent illness. sens had as weekend guests Mr. day evening. RICE
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan have Miss Minnie Hargroves hasn't and Mrs.. Conlon Willmot of Lake Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton

been acting ,as 'crossing well and has been under the City. Mike Wall of Starke visited were in, Gainesville last Friday to
the Maxwelle "schooL kersburg. doctor's care for a couple of I Ben Green at this time too. see their new granddaughter, FRYERS Florida Grade A Ib 39C

j, c. Carter of.p W. weeks now. Mr.; and Mrs. Buddy Starlingare Kathie Hamilton daughter of Mr. 3 pte 43CA&P
Va., is spending a short vacationat Mrs. Ernest Wellhausen is seri- in Baldwin for a visit with and Mrs. Norman Hamilton.

his home here. ously ill at her home here and we Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Higgin- Buddy Swanbom of the Jacksonville .
Little Tony Harris of Gaines- wish her k speedy recovery. botham. Naval Air Station, spent DeliciousMAYONNAISE
ville is spending awhile with his Everett Godwin had his shoulder Mrs. George Roberts and Mrs. the weekend with his mother

grandfather Andrew Harris and operated on last week in Starke I Mildred Priest were business visi- Mrs. W. R. Swanbom, and sister. Kraft
family'1t:.... ,' and we hope that it won't be,long i. tors'to- Gainesville on Tuesday: Dorothy They carried him back quart 59c
'.Mr........ Marian------ Mars of Jacksonville now before it will be completely Mrs. Lula Truce, who has been to the base on Sunday.Mr. TUB STYLE '

visited last Monday with Mr. well.The living at Heilbronn is occupyingthe and Mrs. Lyles M. Fox and
and Mrs. Dan Parrish. l Maxwell Civic Club will 1 old store building near the daughter, Susie, are occupyingthe
Jeffrey Mars of Lawtey spent meet Friday night. Oct. 4, at 8 G. W. Roberts store. Joyce Futch rental house. Mr. BUTTERpound WHAT A VALUE! ,
several days last week with David o'clock. All members and interested Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. Jewell
:Fox is manager of Trail Restaurant
persons are urged to attend Roberts were shopping in Jacksonville A&P Brand
Parrish.REVIVAL TO START this meeting. on Wednesday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly took FRESH INSTANT COFFEE
will begin at Mrs. Slade and children 69c
Revival services Avery Marion Marrs of Jackson- his mother, Mrs.. Margaret Kelly,
the Maxville Baptist Church next .of Hampton and Mrs. Joe Lucas ville was the Monday dinner guestof to New River to visit her soninlaw A POT FULL OF FLAVOR IN EVERY CUP!
Monday night Sept. SO. Services and family spent Sunday with Mr. Mrs. Sam Hicks and Mr. and and daughter, Mr. and
conducted by Rev. P. L. end Mrs. Claude Green. In the afternoon -
will be Mrs. Glen Shuford.
Mrs. Roy Tomlinson. .
Lawson pastor of the Cedar Creek they all enjoyed boat rid- Bryant Reddish was in Talla- STORK SHOWER t 2-ozjar 45C 6-ozjar $$1.15'

Baptist Church and will continue ing and water skiing at the lake. hassee on Monday and Tuesday Mrs. Bill Turner, Mrs. Brad A&P's OWN
Homecoming on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Phillips
until attending to business. Norton, and Mrs. Earl Teston .
Oct. 6, when dinner will be servedon announce the arrival of a baby Mr. and Mrs.
were hostess at, a stork showerfor
the grounds and singers from daughter, born Sunday morning in were in Waycross this weekend' Mrs. Ralph Wise at the ''Turner CAKE MIXES Fresh LoyalCROWDER l

Jacksonille Starke, Middleburgand Bradford County Hospital, Starke. for 'a visit with Mr. and Mrs.' home on Thursday evening.

other surrounding communities The young lady has been given Jack Wainwright and their new Those present at this enjoyable
will be here. the name of Debbie Sue. Mrs PEAS 2 Pounds 19c
baby son. affair were Mrs. John Brown, 20ozpkg
Mr. arid Mrs: Leslie Chilson and Phillips is the former Doris Sum-. I NEWS REGARDING OUR Mrs. Mitchell Brown Mrs.' Ronald1 2SC
of Starke visited the ner of Lawtey.
family ELbERLY FRIENDS Mr. A. Stevens, Mrs. C. W., Thomas, .'1,
afternoon with MacMullcn Maxvill
community Sunday George M. Blanchard, who is 94, says Mrs. Milo Smith Mrs. Jimmy
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wellhauserand schoolprincipal, was a referee at I Fresh Purple
everything would be fine if he
Johnson, Mrs. Harold Eunice, all
attended evening services at the football game Saturday night could just get up and work as of Lawtey, and Mrs. Myrtle
Church. Baldwin and Parker JANE PARKER
Maxville Baptist between Terry hI used to. Mrs. Catherine Teare M
We are sorry to learn that Her- High School. He will again who is being ably cared for by CHRISTIAN CHURCH TOKAY GRAPES 11C
shell Johns is suffering with blood referee Friday at the game be-
Mrs. Effie Miner often tells Mrs. Rev. J. E. Sherwood, Pastor
poison in both of his feet. tween Baldwin and D. & B. of St. PEACH PIES
Miner not to hesitate to call on Bible School, 9:45: a. m. Morn-
Miss June Higginbotham spent at Baldwin.
her if she wants cooking or sew- ing Worship, 11 a. m. Youth Luscious Golden Ripe
several days last week in Jacksonville Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson and Mrs.
ing done. Mrs. Teare is improv- Church 6:30 m. All
with Mr. and Mrs. George Dewey McPherson were visitors in p. young 8-in each
ing. Mrs. Volley Reddish feels people invited. 49C
Johnson and family.We Jacksonville Friday. for
and looks better than she has in BANANAS 2 25C
are glad to know that Drew Among those attending the years. She does all of her own _____
Wilkinson is feeling better and football game Saturday night at Ji";
work. Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp is:

just,as, spry as ever and. -if hereyesight .

That's wasn't impaired, she Nabisco CocoaGRAHAMS Detergent Birds Eye Frozen. Z PKGS
Our Business could make her daily trip to I
i 'if4 1 Ib 39c FAB regular 31c BUTTER BEANS 39c
If It's Glass We Have It! town for mail and groceries. Mrs. ( box
Senie Prevatt, although unable
CALL WRITE or VISIT te be out of bed, only for short .Golden Shortening Detergent 12 OZ CAN
of time is still able to direct -. Birds Eye Frozen 10 Oz. Pkg 2 FOB I
Joe Peters Glass Co. the activities of her home FLUFFO, 31b can 97c VEL LIQUID 39c GREEN PEAS 35c

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Devine and Detergent
and Mrs. Ed Carter and family :
{ NEED son
We Design Modern Store Fronts visited Fla Reptile Land .in BAB-O, re g.' 2 for 29c AD giant 72c Birds Eye Frozen Cream Style 2 FOB i
Highland on Sunday
Just Mail Us A Pattern for W. C. Heilig educationalRev. Star-Kist leaner Giant SizeAJAX GOLDEN CORN 35c ;
Table Tops W. C. Heilig, educationa 2 for 35c lr

; 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 24353 director of the First Baptist TUNA 6 oz can 31c Hill-O-Home Frozen
Church of Palatka was guest ASK Insecticide 16 OZ CAN
speaker Sunday at the First Bap- Cashmere Regular Bars OKRA 2 for 39c

tist Church and had dinner with CHARLEY E. JOHNS &: SON BOUQUET 2 for 19c GULF SPRAY 35c
Mr and Mrs. Fred Moore. ,
Those attending the Bradford- about this question: Shortening 1 and 3 Lb. Cans A&P Frozen 10 OZ PKQ

LET US FIGURE ON YOUR NEXT Macclenny Football game in Mac- Cashmere Bath Bars SNOWDRIFT lIb 36c
V.V clenny on Friday were Mr. and "We thought we had plentyof BOUQUET 2 for 27c I

insurance to cover the fixtures 3 Ibs 87c
between Baldwinand
BUILDING JOBFor trf Gator Bowl
Terry Parker were Mrs. Ruby and interior of our Detergent ALP Whole Kernel Frozen 2 6 OZ CANS

Kilgore Durrance, Shirley and son Howard.Higginbotham.Peggy Mary. place of business. Now we VEL reg. 'size 31c CORN 2 lb cans 27c ORANGE JUICE 25c

_- Smith and Rev. and Mrs find that settlements are

o- H. F. Higdon and family The made on the depreciated values i
Free Manville boys playing in the game I
of the destroyed i r
r proper
: II were R. V. Diyrance Bobby .
( Estimates Burned, Jimmy Higdon, Harry I ty. Can a policy be drawn so I DAILY BRANDDOG DAILY 3 FLAVORS

Phone Sperling Gene Johnson and Harry it will pay full replacementcost ,
) and Richard Bell.
I i 0r Mr. and :Mrs, Oscar Wilkinson ?"
r I 493.J. spent Sunday in Jacksonville at MEAL CANNED MEAT3lpoundcans

St. Vincent's Hospital where Mrs.

RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIALREPAIRS Wilkinson's uncle, Mr. Walter Charley L Johns '
Sculley, is in serious condition.?
The Buford Higginbothams 11bpkg9c Sib pkg 43c 1 23C
were Sunday dinner guests of Rev.

and Mrs. Lester Taggert in Mid- &Son Agency

J W.% THOMAS Construction dleburg.Willie Green of Jacksonville I

.. ... spent last week with Mr.. and ;Mrs. ,Phone 13 J- "Starke, FIat i ,

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PAGE- POTJB _, -'-'- -- _.. _- '". ----- '. BRADFORD- -COtlftt.. 'ttLEGSAPH. ,'STABKE,._FLORIDA ... .FTJDAY. .SEPTEMBER 27, 1957
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; -- --- I ...I. ...r.- .. > FtutrV o'W (He :Midgefs need 10 complete
i Sibley : eaJly 4liQ.<> it' e44aL's1iitst$ Women SpeakAi Quarterback ,Club/ uniforms, as well as new pants new

j Charles Johns Loy&lfy :DMfier Of entire Last
for the team. year
Rotary Club Y ote$ To Accept tne lit' spent $838.71 f&r 'complete
First Baptist Church .
L Li outfits for the entire Midget
I Clay's Actions
: Nearly 400''peopl attended. the S Dr. Florence Jennings: Bradford I Women ,Members team, the first year that this
4 .. County youth 'counselor, spoke at group had been sponsored.
two Night Dinners of '
Loyalty Continued
from '
I ', First BtitChurcheld.Thtnsday (Continued>> from Page' One) the Rotary Club Wednesday describing -: ( Page One) Other long range objectives of

I some'of the many phasesc i the club include:
i 41&dyaMooty j settled down to frustrated
night of .last. week: said. |I game
...- ._-_. _- .... .... .. ... her work in the county. She Additional bleachers
---- -S -2 I.- : president; and John Stephens, ;
While'around Adams 'applied thterm
300'attended. .thediI4I op- gave several "case histories" A whirlpool bath to be used in
Marklee Raulerson Ruth Sibley Honored : .field .in the ,high"* school .sided" _to 'the school situation showing what: can be accomplished secretary-treasurer.Johns speeding up the healing of football
cafeteriaa; 'that has existed' through the with reported that a committee
children'sparty; wash misquided young people
l To Wed In OctoberMr. With Bridal ShowerMiss progress jit the.chUrch'wtth years between Clay and Brad- with the cooperation of other organizations from the club had met with MayorW. injuries;

alwtil 80 young people:in attend; ford County. and agencies in the .'1'. Jackson in the interest of An electric score board.
and Mrs P. G. Roberts of President Goldwire said that
Ruth Sibley honoredat
i nc ,
There had been thin Clay Collecting community.
more better police at football
Lamont announce the engagementof patrol the club could not accomplish
a shower on Tuesday f 400 reservations for the dinners; "Gay! has been .collecting an As a feature of National Busi- '
their Itself, but
daughter, Lorraine, to Sept. 10, at the Theresscommun" games year. It had been these objectives by
but the downpour of rain of $55 in taxes pupil ness.and Professional Women's
Marklee Raulerson, son of Mr. and house. : that I average per pointed 6ut triat persons allowedto ,could spearhead the program and
ty Week
Mrs. E. J. Raulerson of Lawtey. began in the afternoon and. con- in the Keystone and Kings- Mrs. Edward A. Hall told stand on the sidelines obstructing -I get the cooperation of other civic
of were
The gift table was overlaid tinued until after 'and Bradford some of the ,accomplishments
The wedding will be held at 8 dark, kept hey Lake area of 'the view of those i in the groups.

p.m. on Friday, Oct. 11, in the with a lovely lace cloth and cen- "I I jmariy' from attending t County has been paying- to 'educate of outstanding business here.women in the field stadium, and we're also a safety The club has also arranged to

Church of Christ at Monticello. tered with a beautiful bride doll. t The occasion'was' the climax 'them," ,he said..."It's only surprising to look She said it was h iaid. It''was 'also reported that solve the transportation problem
Friends and relatives of the fair that' if Bradford County iswilling' around and see
of the campaign In children
Loyalty how being permitted to rim '
scheme progress
couple A pink and white color many successful businessesOfficers for football players who live at
are invited to attend the at the 'church with a goalto to continue ftPCMingits are being at l large under the stands during
was used in decorating for this managed by women in Brooker, Keystone Heights, .
wedding and a reception which I these' children,
educate tills were
to the
oVersubscrioe: the record teri- money community. games a nuisance. Johns I and Lawtey, who
will follow in the Kingsley
Lamont community occasion. haul them to
tative that play County The stated that the Mayor promised
budget recently adopted program
In home after practice -
club house.Executive charg of must be carried
The hostesses, Mrs. Inez 'L : by "the church" pAt Bradford County.seh ois. Dr. R. S. Muj, cooperation in trying to provide in the afternoons.: '

Triest. Mrs. Cecile Triest, Mrs. I IhV supper in' the cafeteria; :'" t's,'not right to force these I '' better police patrol during the

Board Davis, Mrs. Belle Gnann, bus current season. j
Forrie J. R.Chasteen Jr spoke on" 'Wh youngsters: t'rdi a school i Discuss
,and Mrs. ," Adams declared The club night voted to| POINT for the
The the'I'I Miss Joan Sweeney --- } we will ove'raubscribe the" bdd all ,day long :PTA Tuesday THE RIGHT
executive board of served refreshments to Meeting Plin underwrite the cost of equipmentfor write. Com In and *e-
Grace searle, in reply parents' complaint way you
Mr. and .
Starke Woman's Club will meet Mrs. Elbert Sibley of get; N. B. Rosier spoke on 5- --... ,
to the 65 guests attending. He said ,that Ina,_ recent cOnference the Midget football team' to leet your favorite ESTEUBROOK
Thwessi ;
announce the engagement "What the budget nail to us; The
afternoon Oct. 3, at'I'I _. executiVe ,
Bradford County .School board of the the extent of $300 during the cur- Fountain, Pen. TELEGRAPHSTARKE .
3:30 o'clock at the club house.DARK. and approaching marriage and Maj. H. M. Hatcher Jrdis1cussed Bradford ,
: county rent season. It was reported that
Tetstone P. Morgan Elem
Mrs. Zenas 'j I of their daughter, Ruth, to Charles "This1: is our' budget" Superintendent. School PTA n.y "-.. ,. -- i '. 4 . .
Honored At Shower John, son of :Mr. and% Mrs. Canvass teams will complete s ald,- "If, you get these "students Sept 24, at the ho Tuesday' night, --- -. .. ...- ... ..
:we'll take them. m of Mrs. 4 -
to us, "
Charles B. Johns of starke. their A.,
work by the end of' the N. Holliday, with
Unfair nine
Situation mem
Mrs. Zenas Tetstone was honored The wedding will be an eventof month! ; at which time the recordbud'get hers' present. leE' COMPANY

TMEATB. at a' stork shower last Satur- October 11 at th e home of the should' be over-subscribed Adams said. that the unfairneSs Plans .
W, of the'situation is pinpointed were discussed i J .
STARKE FLA. ] day evening given by Mrs. Rob- bride's parents at 8 o'clock'in according to i reports: coming the Oct.-l. concerning r --
from 'the' teams s in by the' fact that Clay County meeting at which time OPEN ITS PLANT OCT 1ST
ert McRae Mrs: Ancil Tetstoneand the evening. nightlY"me' tings are H. P. Morgan, superintendent WILL
.school busses transporting of
SUN. Clark at the All friends of the couple are schools ,
3ION., TUES Mrs. Everett of Jj students from 'the" Maxvflle' area will be in charge of the
Sept. 29 30 Oct 1 home of the latter, 406 N. Water invited to attend the weddingand program. Plans FOR
to Baldwin High,School, which!: is were made. also
DOUBLE, FEATUREWalt Street. reception. : the for the 'annual Hallowe'en
v/hereas Carnival
in -Duv .l County -
Disney'sWestward The many lovely and useful gifts them to be held Oct. 31,
Board :refuses tor. transport] 1957. SUGAR CURING
Ho The were displayed on a white linen Garden Club Talks front Kingsley.Lake and keystone Delegates were' appointed to
table which was centered
covered attend the .
State .
Wagons! with a beautiful arrangement of Fund Raising PlansThe Heights to' Starke: Orlando. Convention in

With Fess Parker and Kathleen pink and white roses and yellow State law::prohibits. busses from ANtiSMOKE
lillies.Appropriate. Starke Garden Club met at :j one1\ county picking" up students
Crow canna
And ley games were played the Parish House Monday eveningfor ....i'\' ,\ I of 'an&ther' :county unless anagreWnt I Badges Are Awarded

The Storm Rider. during were awarded the party to hours Mrs.and W.prizes C. first a fall.covered meeting.Mrs. dish. supper at their Mrs.' First,John, Class H. Pierce'Petty of Officer th J and ek- :.: "counties'.exists: I between* .. thefwo At Pack: '70 MeetingCub S E CURINGy

Jessie president,
\ ''ith' Scott Mala Mrs. Robert Edwards Young "No agreement exists between
Brady. Powers Rhoden. Scout Pack
sonville Naval Air 'Station an : 70 held its first
presided over the meeting where --
and Bill Williams and -Mrs. Robert McRae. aifd" Bradford Counties because meeting of
Clay the ,
plans and suggestions were discussed nounce- the birth' 6f a daughter fan season Tuesday -' Ji MEATS:
Plus Color Cartoon for Children Refreshments were served following The Clay board will notmake night Sept. 17, in
contesli.- for raising money for the on Sept-19 in St. Vincent's HaL, Meth-
the Adams odist
agreement recreation
Wei, Thurs. Oct. 2. 3 club Garden Center. It was decided pita 'MrS. 'Pierce is the1. former an five building. Sixty-
and '
.DOUBLE FEATURE that the club would not havea Elizabeth Crawford of Starke.' 'sid. parents attended ALSO COLD STORAGE WE CHILL PORK & BEEF
rbitiary'Artlon the meeting. .
EXTERIOR Holiday House Tour this December Mr.: and MiS".* Norman *''Ham S *T '
Bayou Is BrutalWith but would give a Flower ilton or Gainesville : "By itsr ',arbitrary: action the Highlight of the evening was
announce tbt- the I
Peter Graves! and LHa Show in the Spring instead. Two Clay County School Board is awarding of ,Webelos badges
Milan HOUSE new" EoemBefi"; Mrs. Cecil Knightand birth of a 'daughter Catherine. contravening_ I'the'wh'ole'c&ncept of (the ,highest attainment in Cub STARKE ICE COMPANY
Eileen, 'in
on Sept20 Alachua "
AndHigh Mrs. Ruby Sappenfield, both the minimum foundation program Scouting) tor five boys: Bish Bishop ,
General Hospital. Mrs.' Hamilton Sammy Miller,
of Lawteyr were voted into the Dickie"Ed
which *was set t is t'he'former v upt mondson Phone 12 Starke,
Society Fay Hudson 'Of ,
club. Mrs. M. F. Hazen, County with educational Barry Firth, nDon-
each child equal
With*' fling Crosby and Grace PAINT Beautification chairman; reported Stark .Mr.-and Mrs? H. H- Hamilton ppOrtili ties;' Adams declared.He nie Thompson. Interestingskits, '

Kelly'\: I that 200 Crepe Myrtle bushes had of Lawtey. are the paternal "however :that the following the monthly theme, -
emphasized, ; I .
_._ Plus.Color_Cartoon been planted on the county high- grandparent "Homemakers, were"staged by '
; : had the final',say" m the I Dens 1 .
board 1
598 5. Den
$98.793 ways. Mrs. Maxie ,Carter Sr., Bradford 1 mothers
The "
Fri. 'Sat. Oct. 4, 5 Flower Show chairman, appointed .. County, Hospital matter and that no one: could served refr sfjmnts. '

DOUBLE FEATURE members to serve on her com- announces the following births: force them ,to. change their po It was 'announ ed. that, there 2 % on Insured
Per Gallon Mr. and Mrs: Billy Sheldon will be '
Treasure of Ruby HillsWith mittee. Miss Della Rosenberg sition.' a.Cub Scout Tamoree at EARN
2nd Gallon FREE Martin 'of Starke, 'a's n, Randall '
Zachery Scott and Carole ., suggested "the club give a door As a 'possible solution to the Camp Echokotee on Sept. 28, ,at
Mathews prize of a plant at each meetingas Sheldon' Sept. 19. problem lie; asked: "Would' it be 1:30 p.m. All .parents are invited. J SAVINGS
MARY CARTER inducement Mr. and Mri: Stanley' Craw- 4
an to boost at- more desirable: f
And tendance. ford of Lawtey, a daughter, r--your-'joung-I
sters to go to Holland

AndBERNARDINO > PAINT STORE Club members' will work on a Ireta Carol' Sept 2!.: _t and take. part, .In.'a., .full schoolprogram1 '.. d"j. Speaks NOW.IS ,TIlE TIME TO OPEN-OR..ADD TO YOUR
Pat Boone 'Mr and/ Mrs.Shneon Phillipsof -- : *>> y' to > + ""f .
and Terry Moore merit rati g sc Ie'bf') points' this I ; aT iimiteahigh 1
214 N. W. 13th Street or operate To PresbvtenansSenator ACCOUNT
Plus' Serial l Chap. 8 and Color coming year on accomplishments Starke, a daughter, Debbie! school here. in Keystone i -',- SAVINGS
FR 6.7588'Gainesville -
Cartoon for Kids and achievements in an attempt Sue, Sept.21. Heights?" 't'

Fla. to' win a free trip on a European Spessard Holland
I was
The objection was immediate- No Exchange Out-of-Town Checks
the on
Garden Tour, which is being featured! speaker at the ,
annual .
sponsored by the Florida Federai G. ,Kersey Dies; iy"raised..from, the: audience that rally of the Men of Suwannee Why ,Pay? -. Just Use- Us- '
would be" against the unaccredited '
-1 tion of Garden Clubs. One member : : we. up 'Presbytery at: Montgomery

of a club will be eligible and Starke. Native. school problem": andthe" Conferen_ 'Center Thursday, Sept.

PAINT MAKES YOUR ROOMS I the contest closes Feb. 1, 1959. : ,..#it/f: idea, was branded as 'impractical. 19. PUT ,YOUR VALUABLES IN OUR SAFE, DEPOSIT

Mrs. P. T. N lin, program chairman 6ener Kersey .- f Speaking tor the crowd of '
(Lee 64, died this 250 BOX -.; SAFE FROM LOSS BY THEFT OR FIRE
S LOOK 8RI6HT AND NEW \ discussed programs 'for the home near Starke' Tuesday" 'Adams laid:' 'It is pretty easy men gathered jn M bley Hall, the .

year.Hostesses evening following. a5 h'eart Attack. I for a' little:group.'to get together spacious dining hall at the recently -

AHD IT PRESERVES for the evening were: A native" of Bradford County, i ai1.say 'yes;- yes; yeti and. forget constructed conference center, For Your Convenience We Offer' You
} Mrs. H. .A. Lawson, chairman, Holland,speaking'on the theme of ._
% Mf: Kersey was ,the son of the about! ,:the people' .
tVcjVJ\1o) THE WOODWORK ( Mrs._V. V. Hazen, Mrs. J, n: Doyle late General Mj and Darkas NorMan "Christian" 'Citizenship told how Longer Banking Hours .. 9 AM 'to 2 PM

Mrs. L. O. Hazen, Miss Dorothy Kersey.- recent legislation on-civil rights

? / .Ross, and Mrs. A. E. :McKin- Birthday; Parties foreign aid-, and labor racketeering -
-'Too Surviving! are five Daughters, .
affects DRIVE-IN
ney. the average Chns USE OUR WINDOW & NIGHT
t c tV I Mrs. Bertha Beck, Mrs. ,:Hazel Little, Charon,.Marco celebrat- He said he ian. .
J Mrs. Mae encouraged by the DEPOSITORY
Casey Willa i
/ 9 f Bryant ed her third birthday anniversary
national l interest in
.UDC.. Meeting. and lira.' ',Margie Schaefer' raIl 'of on,,Sunday ;afternoon witha the South, on civil. .the righs. attitude and' hi of I Free Parking in the Rear of 'Bank
Stark!!: and' Mrs." Inez .
Anderson i
14 ofher little
The VV. T.' Week's chapter U. party. for* said that the law 'which is passedis '
of Daytona Beach .five''sons'!!,Cecil
D. will hold ; friends at .the home of her parents one which'an be accepted bfeach'
-C.t> its first fall meet- Kersey of Panama Cjty, :'Earl, THE COMMUNITY STATE BAflK
1 ing Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 2, Jimmie, Junior L. and George ,' Dr.;''and -Mrs... Seymour Southern state.On ,. '

at 3:30: o'clock at the home 'of !Kersey, all of Starke; three Marco oh state Road 16. .Charon the subject of foreign aid, .

:Mrs: George Patten with ,Mrs. brothers, Oswood and Lyman Ker and her, brother, Michael, were :he said that Our nation had recogriizd OF STARKE"Your

George Flynn co-hostess. presented1with" a', Shetland i its basic responsibility to .
as The cey; both of Starke, ,and :Julian each '
executive board will meet at 3 o'n the occasion from their smaller 'nations.and was trying to
Kersey 'of Jacksonville;: 23 grandchildren -* pony Service"cangetthis
them to Friendly Banking!
o clock"preceding help both inn for defensive
: the
regular :and two1 grea: -gra dchilidr >arents. ';
meeting. I warfare 'and improve their
n. -9 *> -
h ARK economic1; outl k.He' said the
was hostess at a '
Dayton : .
Funeral will be held In 'for""
major need foreign aid has
At The TabernacJe the 'Clnnclr'of.. ,God at Stark party Monday afternoon at her_ been answered and the policy of YOU :
: Court i
SUPPLIES ,-, home at't)1 Starke "
I It I Thursday at 2. pm.: with I th.}Rev; Congress is to.taper off its grants # ,
A her eighth
week of special services at !L. Williams officiating. Burial when she" celebrated in' I :
a' judicious manner
the Gospel Tabernacle' under tire will fonovr: to'Dyal-Cemetery unJ rfrthday: anniversary. ;. Eight celebrate of Senator McClellan'. Arkansaswas i

teaching of Dr. .Harry F. McGee :der direction: .. of DeWitt i ; C. Jones, her frien -hp. d Jher commended for his handling I

came to 'a close Simday,. night.) : !Funeral- 'Home# StarkeT: the occasion:. of the labor investigations by tht big colorful t

During the week groups attendP Senate i ,and Senator Holland predicted ,

tended these services from- Jacksonville i ; ;asa.ai.nTac1 JACKSON, THANKS VOTERSIt a general housecleaning by j

Farms i '; 'i of many' unions because" of the Senate's '
Penney : LakeBuil is \wjtj'd ep: eJng!! TVTRAY. :

r and Keystone Heigh'ts.Rev. ':. '.apiIreciation ; investigations.The :
B4aih "l my1'
!By! gratitude that express I
men present were advised
J. E. Sherwood :
t First ChristianChurch: oj, th$ I p to' those who gave me trf 'practice' Christian 'cltizel hip (2.00 VALUE) j
relin- I
$100 CASH quished his time' on the Radio I Erness Norman, 54: died at his heir.vote and support.In the Sept ic local 'church. and, community'iztilinln"g _

, Chapel. (WRGR)' Iii order thai 'i following home uStarke a heart t Monday attack.evening I 1J.-election., ,The,'confid; meyour n e you Christian a,se'rvice spirit,':and of co-operation a willingness -, for only ii.'

Dr. McGee might peak.OUie'r Stark have ahown In re-electing, to' see and accept responsibility. : J
Mr..Norman a' native" of :. 69C'
'far most gratify, .
special services are being Mayor of Starke .'
the'son'of the late
arranged for the coming fall d. 'and' Alice l Huflon N6rmanir : ing and I will endeavor,to show '. .Ifr, .: : .

and winter season. appreciation ,by conducing t when you buy ,
Surviving are his wife, Mrs1. my W"SCS', Circle 1 1 .

DODD'S SUNOCO SERVICE Geneva Browning; :.Norman; two the.affairs'oC'tiuXoffice m. a fai'rrId Circle. of the Methodist WSCS A Carton or Case I "

,December 24th 2:00.e.M. Chester Andrews daughters,. Mrs.. Alit. Richardson impartial manner, and in will meet Tuesday morning at 10 of I ;

-- Named ASC Head, of Paynesville,'Ohio, and Mrs. Agnes keeping with' the beat Interest. of. 'o'elock..at the feome.of-Mrs. H. It. ,
Many Other Valuable Prizes See Us For Details Whidden of Bartow a brother1, 5 5At '
._. ". --, Cheater 'E.- 'Andrewswas Merrill Norman .of Bartow; andtwo our. h.growing city. ,. Adams ''on<'R. Call Street, with Coca-Cola 't ;
:Toprsincerely, Mrs. Carrie Adama and Mrs. PhilStuder
LIFETIMEMUFFLERS for all named cEairfaan of j;the'Bradford"County :grandchildren. .; t I. -W.. T, (Billy), Jackson :' as cffhostesses.LIGVUE Your Favorite I

Cars Agricultural 'Stab !fZa- I" 'Funeral i 'servtces .will be held 'In" .- .... : Grocer
'!&l thru '56 for V8, .' 11.60 tion Committee in an election the Pine Level Baptist Church at -- r \" ; .

conducted by mail ear Efr : this 4 ,.m. 'todayFriday( ) with the I ,, \ :
49 thhi 54, 6 cyl. Ford .: 9.10 'onth. Rev. W. E: Hall officiating. Burial -', .m1'- -.- -1"J

Others elected were Clyde will follow in the family pfot ir- S I Your friends and famflyVdl

FAMOUS SUNOCO BATTERIES Cone vice chairman; Felix Sapp, in Brown CenieterynearStarke. : I' bedelltedwhenyouaeryI :; 6

member; N. J. Davis, first alter- DeWUt-CL. .*Jones Funeral 'Home 'inoculation
., was in .charge_- of"arrangements.Geo. .. LiIihlI4 them TV Knacks picnic lunckea,
nate, and ,,
_with 18 rrio.. guarantee: 11.95 : i (-
up, second. alternate: '" -. I or cook-out treats on this

named .officers will McDonald Die I t8 '
The newly ;. colorful big x 13Jii '

Arthur Fuhner. SEAT. COVERS serve for one year witti theif Colored Resident' "' I J TV tray! $tdrdytjdecorativ&useful

term beginning Oct. 1.Mrs.. Mildred ; ; COVE! GRQPSMATWAI
yotfU want several)
16.95 TO '29.95 sapp. 'county off ice 1 manatger Ce&gfsXoald.- ; -75 colored ) ,. .- I .

> announced that the first I resident of Starke who has been t I' .1. <: '
meeting of the new1 committee I employed by Ft Register &: Son ,$ I.NsMIK! When you bringtoie 4e Cde today,

will be held in the.:Starke" officeons for mof f,than.20 years died Modoat a =- '4-4.. .

DODDS: SUNOCO SERVICE Friday* mornini:, Oct. 4.. iA a Gainesville'nursing1 home": LilhI .v'rJ '- Don't.. (orget, your TV.trays. !. ,

Funeral services were Tuesday ;> ''nr:: "' ,;

THE RIGHT POINT ,for the afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the _. V"r

452 N. Temple Ave. Phone'314 way you writ*._Come Jnjudlect .le : colored cemetery _Jii ,Gainesville. .fl.,. p J
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your favorite ESTEBBROOK Rev. Sampson White of Starke .. .. THE STARKE. COCA.COLA..O.TILl COMPANY

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I Guests of''Mrs. W.Nr-Johnson .. -'--'-- -
r Mrs.. Eyelyn Jenkins. and' son '
last',Friday 2nd Lt. ,. :&. I'
were Revand; Mrs Freddie, of Gainesville are vi itinghep.pareftt.s TTYY99YYYYYYYYYYYYYYY99.1PINE j' Ariey **** iiMariahna ; .da
K.--L.. Johnson of Blue Springs, Air Force D..se!' il1.e.l

Term. Saturday 'gu sts were 'Mr.and ; Mrr 'aroi-Mrs. LEVEL14LAAAAALAALALLALAILALAa. :,,last 'Friday to sp J rtlGd' >...y'leave
Clyde W.- Colson
this ] : '
r .Mrs. 'Harold A. 'Johnson of weelq with his parents. Mr., end
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bolden of .
Gainesville and Mrs. J. W. McRae. <*
Sunday night
guests were Mr. and Mrs. D. .E. Opalocka were overnight' guests! I j I Those who enjoyed a Mrth'day\:
IN THE Monday of Mr. and Mrs. X. Rev. Cross of .
NEW Bruce of Columbiana; Ohio., M. Ocala' brought celebration for Herman .}Thonias
Smith and family. the message at Pine Level
'Mis Dorothy Lowry and Miss Bap last Sunday from this sectuufwereMr.

--p-p.p--- S_______-U,_I___...I-.- .... ..,..- ..... l Marian Davis of Orlando were Mr.( and Mrs. W. L. Edwards, tist Church last Sunday morning V and :Mrs. Joe S. Starljhg.and

weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. ,W. ,G. Struth of with a large attendance. Rev.J I family :Mr., and Mrs. .R Ssen

Mrs. H. M. Griffin and.Mr. and Mrs, W.- A. Fischer of Ja k- Charles I... Meister. acks3nvill -Mrs. A. P.; Hall of Lonnie Kinga missionary to Thomas and family and Mri: and

Mrs. Richard Griffin and daughters sonville was visiting Mr. and Mrs. .Ir. 'and Mrs. John B.SapP'DfDaytona Tampa and Mrs. W., W, ,Pige of w Spain, spoke at the evening ser- Mrs. Roman Alvarez. ''i' -j

of Waldo were Sundaj. L. Di Vining from Thursday to Beach spent the week Lake City, have been visitors By-'Oec,' T. bUll"iI1I, vice.We This community was saddened

guests of Mrs. T..'J. Griffin, Miss Tuesday.Mr. end with their parents, .Mr.,.ind during the past week'' of Mrs. 'Couity Alt: are glad to have :Mr. and to learn of the death of"Einest:

Annie Darby and Mrs. CarrieHitch. and Mrs. T. H. Slade, Sr.I Mrs. Carl Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. W.' H. Struth: and Miss Kate -w)1ay. Mrs. Raiford Brown of Plant City Norman. He was a member of

'.' are in Clearwater from Tuesday W. J; Dodd, Jr Struth. 1ean.Mone7. only change' from the past Is. and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Oliver! the Pine Level Baptist 2uyrch.

to Friday attending the State I... See your'' pictures In ONt i Jf that; as a result of heavy requests of Jacksonville with us at church Our .sympathy goes .out ,to'Hhe
Mrs. Frank Hoover you.burn gasoline ''in yow j
"i I P. 'Gas spent last for and last Sunday.
convention. MINUTE with Polaroid' you pay half get family. .
Lam farm '
week In Palatka with her tractor you. can 'ge tnree .
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Urbin of Camera. New .Models ,now In nephew half free. Miss Judy (ason entered Massey Mr. and Mrs. Roman
cents Alvarez
and niece gallon taxf-retund.
Mr. This
Detroit Mich spjent: Sunday 'to, stock at Bullington's Studio, ,& and Mrs. S. R. "per' All applications must be mail- College in Jacksonville Mon- visited Mr. and Mrs. J. LjAfrarezat

k FLORIDATHEATRE Tuesday with Mra Sarah Hunterand Gift Shop. Jtf Wallace. to? the; refund on Federal tax ed in,by October 1., Farm Forester day. She will take a secretarial Middleburg Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
f Mrs. C. The claim is
E. Bosworth period from
1 and July 1 science
course and ,
family. Mr. and Mrs Maryland Whi- i Don Champion has forms and we wish the "'-

Mrs. M. W. Lance was at St. taker of Heilbronn Springs I have daughter, Gloria, and Miss Elizabeth 1958.through! : ,Tune SO, 1957. we have them. The seedlings cost i best for her. -

Simon's Island, Ga. last week: rented the Dinkin's Lawsoirof-West-PatnrBeach There"is no' red-tape'to' claim- Rev; and Mrs. J. ELMurrhee of .po
garage apart $4 per thousand. You can get a and Mrs. Frank Laffan
I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles ment. spent. Monday" tto, Thursday--with ing this -fund. Figure up number Milliard spent Thursday night of entertained

E Lance and family, Mr. and 'Mrs. W. E. Mr: and Mrs. .lI Lawson: .. of, gallons you used on the total of 5,000. seedlings for $10.It' last \\'eekith Rev. and Mrs. W. at a surprise birthday:

Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson I have moved to 749 S. Shanley OrangeSt. W. M. Edwards i turned -Tues- farm, for land preparation cultivating takes. right at 700 seedlingsper B. HalL luncheon on Thursday of" last

and son, Jimmy spent the weekend the home formerly occupied daY' from Glendale'Hospital, Pa- and harvesting.' Figure ,I acre'when set 8X8. Mr. and Mrs. Lucian' Conner week honoring Mrs. Rosa Ware.

SaL Sept. 28 ONLY in Orlando with S-Sgt. and I by Mr. and Mrs. Vernon 'Crosby latka where he waa confined the tuaoline'iised. -irrigation com Oats -And. Rye Time end sonDouglis, and Mrs. R. R. Helping to celebrate the occaaon

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Mrs. 'Ewell Lawson, Jr. and also who. have 'moved to Ratford. past week. bining etc -Figure all Crop disease' resistance: te Crosby visited Mrs. Crosby's with the hosts and honoree' were
gasoline worth mother Mrs. Edmondson, at San- Mrs. Dorothy Geiger and Mrs.
visiting relatives in Auburndaleand Mrs. Jacqueline Moorer and Mrs. Lucile Davis returned used for the fann:; except that considering when selecting .ford
last .
; any Sunday. Esther; .Starling.
: Winter Haven. hildren have rented one of the Tuesday 'after;'spending!'the'-past used--on highway. variety of Kirops; to plant. ,

Enjoy the Tucker'apartments on South St. five weeks We cannot, predict the weatheras ,
all new 19Ml\fotoro- .with her 'son-m-law Now,, all youhave'to do is to -
la Hi-Fi Console Phonograph forseven : Mr.?and Mrs H. E. Crews have and"daughter i Mr.' and Mrs.L.F. pick. up..a.printed to disease conditions so the
moved their house from the Lake best thing'we can do' is select the
4 days in )'our, own home! Butler Smith Jr.j"sonLarry'and baby enter. the ,number of gallons of LDrJTT
ABSOLUTELY FREE. Call Buingtoo's ))- highway 'to Alton road, daughter Sandra Lucile, In De"! gasoline used, sign'your I best variety and be more or
next to : name
the R. 0. Dansbys. the .
tAD phone 265, for reservation MISS__. Lillian_ uu Stump and Mrs!I FuniakSprmgsj: 1" I I and mail it. The results' will be safe side. |

now. (ti' Del Colley spent Saturday and SAVE -BIONEY! .Buy your a.'check for- three cents per gal- The pats most resistant to rust

Mary Louise Haines underwentan Sunday In Rockledge-visiting Mr' Smith Corona .Silent 'Super Portable l lolL A and leaf spot are Floriland and

appendectomY Doctor's and .Mrs. Richard Fowler and before the October pricer In- More Money SavedYocanreally !' Seminole. Suregrain is 'a new

Hospital last Friday. Mrs. Ruby Collins. creIae. Bradford County Tele- variety"with good resistance but

Jones G. W. 'Rivers bragyou do it is doubtful, that you will find
err Ginger entered St. Vin- Is' improving .bi graph. not.have;ratai somewhere your '

cents Hospital last week for the Alachua General Hospital Mr;' and Mrs. 'R: '0 Dansby 'and place., There Is a wide. range of seed.The.

Dram of a nurses training.Pat after major: operation. I son 'Micky'visited ,Alto Carr- in new Gator rye Is our best
estimates in the.amount of dam-
GanglandloT" Hobbs underwent an appendectomy ..SSgt.and.. Mrs T. B.. Harding' the Duval Medical Center on Sun- but seeds are mighty scarce. If
age done.by rat3.
Hld. utl I ISUMMER at Doctor's Jr., and baby of ; Depending on you don't find
Hospital Moody 'Air Force day. r f"" typeof damage, it is said to bebetween.$4 Gatorrye, the.
Thursday of last week. Base, Valdosta, Ga., were visiting See, the new Bell '& Howell Fonda Black ia the next best. ____
and ,$20 rat. You
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler- Jones and 'their Barents. Mr..-- anti-._ u..J 6.60", Electric.Eye':Movie. Camera the km per Field Day Surprise

family were: in Callahan, Sunday Harding; ST., and Mr. and ;Mn. 'camera that makes perfect: move that .rat. for less than a pen-- I You can't look at a 'man and .

visiting :Mrs. JU B. Jones J T. Lawson over the weekend. les ;ACTOMATICALLY. BuUlng- ny." I tell what he knows about hogs 5, .

NIOfIT Mrs. Elton Smith was confinedin Joe Arnold'made a flying business Studio & Gift ) We have the answer right At the'swine -I 4 ; :
Shop. .(tf field day _held recently H1llf ; Ir1li'LllllllI;
trip to here in
11_ Bradford County Hospital Saturday Chicago, Ill, from >our office-waiting for 'ci.
MrsT.. J. Griffin last :
spent InGainesville there. i.-- iBruit '
was a L4 tlnllhii
I to for observationand Monday to Wednesday. your inquiry. .Tbe",name of the :
lW NIILSEN COlLEEN MIllER[ Monday -Mr.-nd-Mrs.'Randal week with her granddaughter; i fatbarrowjudging contest. i/If ,,. \ Il'-Ull

I _000 Amt.TLRI treatment.Mr. (son; Randy Chitty and Miss Gloria Johns, in Jackson- killerla ,Warfarin;, How and There' were some .150 'men .... :: -I IS
; judging
._ .! and Mrs. John Deas and, were visiting his where to get it Is-what we tell 4I
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children of Lake the mother Mrs. M. F. Chitty, in ville.Buck. .Don't. be. of furnish- 10 barrows on the basis of _
City spent GUI Irvan Covirigton. you. guilty
Plus"Spunky JSkunky" Lakeland Ga..on. I meat-type qualities and eonform-
weekend with Sunday.
her''parents, ing'free and board tc
and ,. Lu Green Dewayne .Elder .and. Randall Davis ation.: if1MIIllI
Chapter No. 4 "Vigi daughter III !
and Mrs- E. W.Hayes* who,mov- of Mr. and this- week for thievea like rats. Come in and

lantes" Serial ed back to town from their sum- -1IIs.:. Lex, Green, entered Brenaucouege South are Georgia leaving College, in Douglas seeusRats'And; "- .* S. G. Crews* who lives on one

mer home on Kingsley Lake last 'I In Gainesville, Ga. Wednesday Ga. Disease of the old Moody' farms and Is
Sun,. Mon. Sept. 29, 30 weekend. ; Lex: (Buzzy) GreenJr.. "Agricultural Research has growing Yorkshire hogs placed

Mrs., Jack Brlggs.of 'Jackson- returned, .this-weEk..tothe..Uni. found'rata..tobeamong second.The Yorkshire: is a meat- B, warmer ia _
a j
want Action'so vile spent the weekend with her versity .of Florida 'and'Bill Green MeetiDgCanceled-- -- of mammals that carry one group of I type hog. Mr. Crews has somepurebred.e very room. -

.YOU sisters; Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and is .attending Gainesville .High and is crossing some .
SchooL Due to several conflicts of other, our serious hog diseases, crooked Save ft on fuel :----j I
Mrs. John Love Wilkes. .
with duroc. The Yorkshire Is
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; ; 1.1 S activities there will not-be a; Farm snout or bull] =nose. The name costs.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Koch of J\1ewmasteof'ReeJs': whit ,durocis .
: oJveIIIvrt oaJ Politic'" Viewers Bureau-Cattlemen's meeting this really Is Atrop c-rhinitis. hog.The. cross with / ___________

0 E,***jj tongue with a girl onJa Starke Chincoteague this week, Va. are to make moving their to at BULUNGTOJTS.tf( ) 'Friday night (Sept.. 27),). A.joint. :We.. have. had-a. few cases in making. a mighty fine productMr. Automatic forced _._ _* .. _

unwggfaf is A/boaiol/ home. Jimmy-Rowe.-is..now-employed Board of Directors meeting will .our county. It ia. recognized in Crews Is happy anytime tc air beating. _-__ -

.G.M PtMI by the Florida Development 'Commission be held"early In' OctOber, 'and the pigs, :that become stunted have folks come and look at. his -

CALL FOR BIDS at, Camp. Bla ding.after next"''regular meeting will be at hogs. n i'1*
breathe,hard sniffle and have a New
; VAN JOHNSON The Board of County Commissioners serving two years in-the-Armed Brooker on Oct. 25G. T. Hug- .
of Bradford County Florida crooked snout The most practi-
t. will receive sealed bids at 10:00 Forces,, and Mrs: ;Rowe has 'e.- glnsT i ImprovedSUPER
treatment is to sell out and
WARM CAROL o'clock on the morning of October rolled in the U. of, F. for her
p 7.- 1957, Mn the courtroom. In the junior la The. CIrcnItCOu1't-; n'radlor.coaat.'Fl start over with ,cl'tn4ierd. You Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis. Jr.
c courthouse for the following vear- ridt lat'Claaaeel'T.
RB T LOM 1857 Model' : Friends 'of-irscaries,: : (Fan) I I ALBERT' HARTMANX as>,Clratorof can get.rid of ,rats and eliminate and children of. Gainesville" were .
kit 2-2-Ton 8 Cyl. Dump Trucks the Person and Property of that possible 'source ,of spread. Tuesday evening dinner guests
'I.I1 with not less than 160\ H.P., Hall of ..Newton Ga, will regret I Elizabeth Letsch--an; Incompetent i.
5. Speed Transmission.' 2 Speed to hear' of 'her'unexpected dea hThursday.of Last call For Pines of; Mr., and, Mrs. W. N.North -at

Axle 7x1! Flat Bed Dump I Plaintiff; Container Corporation of A- the State Farm, the 'occasion being -
Body with Heavy Duty Hoist last week in the Albany vs. '
1 THE, and 8:25: z 20 10 Ply Tires. Hospital. Mrs. Hall will!.,SIMON-: :"TEMPLE; 'et al,, merica. ,is offering free pine the birthday anniversary of
tc-S _
o .
I Defendants.
.... Color ,TIGER 1958 or Mod.Z2STon be remembered as the niece of; ORDER OF PI'BLICATIOV AND. seedlings ,llga I\, .this year. The.,Mrs. Noih and Mrs. -Davis. CHALLENGER, OIL HEATER

8 CyL Dump Trucks the late' Mrs. Julian Peek' ,and NOTICE TO DEFEND -- 'r .t' Here is advanced
with not less than 160 H.P.. la' The' Name Of The State Of ...'" design ofI=
5 Speed Transmission. '2 Speed was also ar frequent visitor of Florida I you real heating economy
Axle 7 x 12 Flat Ped Dump To Simon J. Temple ilarlah L. v -J.with moderate.cost.
and Mrs. J.
,H. Ritch. .
Body with Heavy Duty. Hoist i Thomas S. F. Myers Clara Eliza-
( and 8:25: x 20 10 Ply Tires. Mrs. N. B. Rosier will The Board will offer for trade jn H. Rollins. Wilbur F. Rollins : 2-WAY MONEY-
1-1952 Chevrolet 2-Ton Truck and the 'Weekend with 1 her brother. and .,A ndrew Mace'Rollins if .alive. -V-_
1-1848 Ford 1* TonTruck. These inlawand sister, .Mr.. : and. Mrs. and if any of the aboye named
trucks may be seen any Saturday persons be dead. then to his unknown Big AllowanceFor BACK GUARANTEEgivt
afternoon at the County Barn. C. H. Dittmar .in. JacksonvilleMr. ', heirs devisees legatees ,.

S The ,intent of the Board in this and Mrs. Freddie Waiter grantees creditors or otherpersons Your" Old Heater
Plus "Magic in the Sun"Special. call for bids Is,to buy .Two (2) 2- claiming: any Interest in the here 1 GoareaIMI.. jvi ..*
Ton Dump Trucks whether they be son, Mrs. W. C. Ward and Miss inafter" described "property" by. comfort .ia av ry room f yw
1)57!) or 1958 models depends entirely j y Ward ,have returned 'homi through under or against each such M the oiJjr; prc'sQiiak.i of 'this .ION. .. .his twol &.* wrfrdlaorjr
-on the bids therefore we would deceased.,.and. (o all persons, having Hiottr tqulppid with htetsf w YOU*
( bTUES.-VED.-OCT. 1.-2 appreciate each bidder bidding on from a three; week tour'of the or claiming any right, title 'or ootOMOtic fercid elf foa sadsutomct MONEY IACX.
( both the 1957 and 1)58 model. West, stopping-ln Mexico:. California interest in or to the following lands air fad. .
The Board situate in Bradford Florida to lost fc.
reserves the right to County .. 2.Guaraa.d yow Men >
1 RANDDLPJ reject any and all bids. and Canada and points of to-wit: Automatic 't 23% to 33Vi% .Uu fad

I Ir (OFFICIAL SEAL) interest enroute. They.also visited i Commence: at.alf Iron', stake* set tha Of ortCoory .... w
Charles intersection jof the .. L4Nt\
A. Darby. Clerk. at the .. YOU? MONEY $AX.fxcliiIy.
ISCOrYt2it __ 10/27 2t'10/4 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Morrisin Southerly boundary of NW% of Mskeeycurnew ,, .

r II Houston, Texas and Mr and SE%:'of Sec.21 Twp. 6 S.r; R.; U Quaker an autonialic odasf."Hc.7h. f.m-
E., and the Easterly boundaryof
forced air
H. called/
himself the Mrs._ Edward Bone, and :Mr., and the right of way of State heating Iysten.S -beside: forced air circulating
t f tsache?...be wrote Be A Winner In Seattle. Road 20tt for POINT OF BEGINNING Tuns itself warmth you let a amooth flow o)
Robert Estridge
f kis sermon in lead! -andriin, thence; Jn a OB and off radiant heat warmth'throughout
Wash. Vortherlv direction along saidEasterly'boundary'a'distance automstCiriui.tsi- the room. 1'

rI Mr. and 'Mrs. Garl Mathews of cally. a....' long-life *S.. .'...*
stakerun .
t Support The 635 feet to an iron rar-fives
extra heat
V from
spent Sunday at Atlantic Beach I thence In an Easterly direction ONE-THIRD more wanner air
Hunt. ItT right angles to aforesaid }- '. thaa ordinary beater blower o* every drop'of oiL Doeaot imok .
with' Mr. and Mrs: H.' L. stanystageoffire.
Easterly boundary, distance ot tIaL. -
TORNADOESJoin Mrs. Sarah Moseley of .Pa1 .tka .869.45-feet to "an Jron stake on R iriind'er to all AJJ.a.... CeMtradtat-givet 5-1/S
I the Westerly boundary of the
was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jesse right_ef way of the Seaboard AirLine 2 .._' ". ; ,- '..., _:.J rt JU osatc! times fashioned faster Slow! warm-up beating than cast iron.eldV"
Newsome on Tuesday and Wed- Railroad; run thence. in a Plus
I Southerly direction along said "doityourselfers"When "AJMEEB"Automatically Handy Front Lighting Doe
The nesday., Westerly. boundary, a distanceof S Approved"for safety by Uaderwnten .
I QuarterbackClub ," 371.5 feet to an iron .stake, Laboratoriee o Wairt
returned to his
Gus' Kopelousos supplies
1 on aforesaid Southerly boundaryof :I correct amoudt r.".. s.o1. high fingertip control 0 Evf

: sophomore year at Florida Southern NWU of SE%: run thence in :. of air to burner. .sse Head Clear flame door 0 Antomati
College Lakeland, on a WesterlY.direction along, said 1 .. Eliminates draft Safety oil valve_.. Automatic
; Southerly boundary a distanceof finish in expansion attic.. Of problmL! draft regulatotj
NnrwmI",WARNER BROS. Tuesday: : !906.84.feet to point .of. begin-, you! a, room your '\

, \\a.- -- TRADE ATSEYMOURS :BUY NOW for Christmas anda ning; "H. Rollins make any ofner home improvement ; ,'. you add to the
_tq Raymond as
MMES CRAIG-ANGIE DICKINSON fif save ,$$$ on .a.Smith Corona Silent administrator- the estate of Andrew -, .Value ol. our property. Make sure that added value is
\ _*. M uit .. : M. Rollins, deceased Use Our Budget
; Plan
Price for Free
Portable. goes Cell
1"--- --M.MKM llt W Super GREETINGS; Tou. are hereby protected in case,of fire or other on us Delivery

up In October. Bradford County n Utted that a suit in'equity has c. .a property insurance checkup, ..,.,today.H. ..
been brought and each
Plus-Three Kisses", Topper 66IGASTOONSI Telegraph. of you. and also'against ron Bradford

Mrs.' M..G. McMillan .and. childrenarespending ; County, a political subdivision of DENMARK FURNITURE CO
the State of Florida Ben .Suslow.A. C. WALL AGENCY

:rburs., Fri.i-. Oct. .3, 4 Wednesday to J. Thomas.Jr., Leon Rosenberg ,
Sunday'In Quitman Ga.'visiting Sam Rosenberg. City of Starke a FLA.

t her parentsMr.. .and .Mra, .T:\ B. Florida Rosenberg.municipal.and .DjDUglas orp ratlon P, Hardy Della -. STARKE' *" I" OF STARKE
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Mr: : -Mcilillan will join as defendants in the above entitled > ? 4
RogerS "'
.' weekend Court 'and cause by Albert .l efiresenf fei the Hartford Fire Insurance Companyr 434 446 W. Call St.
his family for the- Hartmann as curator. of the. person >S ..' .:?> vnWTT. nAcr : .,:,; r Phone 151
Mr 'and :Mrs: C. L., Scholl have and property'of' Elizabeth Letsch. c -
an Incompetent. ac plaintiff; that -
rented the Leola. Roberts.cottage the .rellef songht; In said suit is to" :

'. -'By-_ onLKingsley Lake:1Qr '"U1e.'wintet remove clouds from.and .quiet ante kVEiYD4tY- ..

GIB- and expect to move there neit confirm described plaintiffs lands as Utle,an to-the Indefeasiblefee above MORE AND MORE V ''SI
week:. 'Theyrecently sold their simple title thereto against the BUSY' PEOPLESAVE tOO COil
claims of you and each of you; and yOU
El! Rancho Motel, you ate summoned ordered and required TIME, (

''Stefanelli who' en- tS-fne J'tnJrwrtttm'" answer STEPS AND -.' '_. ...
JJ fM or defenses to the complaint in said
listed in the .Army on Sept. 3 I, cause' -In' the"office" of the' under ENERGYWHEN i-- = SAVE f 'convenientFLORIDA

is now'i, sUUond 'e.t-Fort" ; .Ben- signed Clerk'of said Court at .
Starke. :Florida on or before the
nl ngr Ga. for basic. trammg. 2Sth day of Octoter. .A.D. 19$1.sand .

rand Mrs!: S. A.-WenUinff Of to serve a copy,thereof.on Hollis v. DIEY.
-.... Knight ,.pialBUtrsjattorney,.whose NATIONAL
.....w Palmyra, Pau are .visiting their address is Starke Florida..:...on-or
-- I before said date as required.by \he V _
J son4fl-laWafld daughter, Laws of Florida and the 1J54 Florida -
Mrs. Fred :Graudon 'and familyfor Rules* of Civil Procedure. If -i i !
i you fail to so dov a decree pro con> _= way
.r:; .
two weeks.
fesso will be entered against you ,_
wm1sDayto entered:his freshman for the relief" demanded' in'the com : Say-time; save steps. *Sitathomeand do
> "Our Is SOGOOD that plaint. -: -r :1 : your banking-Make your
gas "our ,year'at ,U.. of F...this reek It Is hereby..ordered that this I t -' V deposits by-mail;.:or 'by dropping.them in the envelope shute in oar
competitors,even use it. 'Mr. -and .Mrs,. c., rW;. yancey Order and notice shall be published ( "' '':'' : '
once a week for four consecutive ; Night Depository, pay bills byr mail what could be more convenient -
i 1 OurService Is SO GOOD'that and Mr.. and Mrs. Bob Yancey weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph : 54s.4 51
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'. CHURCH OF-CHRIST, confessed by you. I. has been filed against you In the
Inspection Slated New Senior Class Officers Hire No Children R tariansToHeap This notice shall be published above named Court and cause and
: Jr Minister
C. L, Orerturt once each week for four consecutive you are required to serve a copy of
VA ,Loan Officer' Sunday Sunday School, '10 weeks In-the Bradford. County.Tele Tour answer or pleadintr to the
t For Guard Unit 't'!"ilU.' ... In School Hours graph. Complaint on the Plaintiffs
a., m., morning service, H a. m.: Dated this 25 day, of Sept. 1937. Attorney Martin J. Pearl. 208

evening service, 6:30: p. m. (OFFICIAL' SEAL) Smith Building. Jacksonville I,

National Guard Co. C of Starke Farmers AskedWith Wednesday Bible study, 7:30p. Charles Clerk A. Darby
will undergo a Command Inspection m. By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Monday night Sept. 30. 9/27 4t 11/1S or before the 28 day of October,
: schools .opening all over Radio Program.Station 19%?; otherwise the allegations ol
f A rigid inspection of "all lesson the Southeast, "Sterling B. Williams WRCR: Sunday, 8:30: 9 ,a. m., NOTICK 10 APPEAB cud Compaint will be taken aa
plans and (. ChriSt Court Bradford Ceaaty.FUrldat anfessed '
:: related materials as the "The : by you.
well as close observation of the regional director of the Subject for month. !. Chaaeery.Irene This notice shall be published
____ Purnell Herring. Plaintiff once each week for four consecutive
U. S. Labor '
: classes that will be in session is Department'syage WOTICR TO AfPEAR vs. George Washington Herring. weeks in the Bradford County Tel-
la Clrelt C..rt. Bractor '
Hour and Public Div- Cuty.turuut Defendant. egraph. ,
expected 1st Lt. Contracts .
Drew Reddish
t' .......... ..' '" I !. Ckaaeery. Case No. 12-401 Dated this 25 day of Sept. 1957.
unit training officer, said because : > : #Qa. isions in Birmingham, .Ala.,, suggests :J',: '"'; ;; Warren A. Blackwell. Plaintiff, vs. Notice T. Appear 1957.
Battalion '' Ann M. Blackwell Defendant. To: George Washington Herring, IOFFICIAL SEAL)
headquarters is currently I that farmers refuse to hire ,. ,- (
I f .. Case No. 12-403 whose residence and address is: Charles A. Darby
stressing the importance ofI any children under: 16 years, of ...:'. .... ..., .tire To AppearTo Unknown. Clerk of the Circuit Court.

good instruction at armory drills. i t age when school ia in session."In ;:.: : Ann M. Blackwell. whose You are hereby notified that a I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
1h w. esidence. and address is 7204 Bar-
The men of the company worked ] I : suit for, DivorceALVAREZ' 9/27 4t 11/1
't,4c nett Road Bethesada. Maryland.
most cases such employ ...
diligently last Monday night You are hereby notified that a
ment is absolutely prohibited by ;Jt:: suit for-Divorce .
getting the unit in order for the
law," he said, "and in all othersit hat been filed against you In the Men's Clothing
Inspection.The .
above named Court and cans and STORE

Command Inspection is in as equally important .to the', J..U are required pleading to serve to A the copy of 1111 Established 41 i
your or com-
part a preparation for the an- child that he gain all the' education plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney

nual Armory inspection which has possible to meet the work hr William D. Morgna. 507' Clark
Building. Jacksonville 2, Fla.
been ordered for Nov. 14 by 3rd challenge he will, face when he anel tile me original the office of

Army Headquarters."The .------ -----"';.l --- 1... ....... _4.i.I completes Men 'school.," the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
-- -- before the Madison Street Church
company will really be In Newly elected officers of the Dennis, sergeantatarms.Eighth The Federal Wage-Hour Law Tom C.; David loan guaranty 28 day of October 1957;

good shape by the time of theNovember senior class i allows children officer with ,the therwise the allegations of Mid
at Bradford High Grade: John Adams to work in agricultural Veterans Administration Complaint will be taken aa con-

inspection and it will School smile happily after winning president; Joalyce Graham, vice employment when schoolis ,Jacksonville, 'will be eased by yon. .(Presently Meeting Washington and Grand Sts.)
probably make a good showing on This notice shall be published
Sept 30 Randal the,election last week. Theyere president; Donna Traxvlck, secretary .not in session in the district guest speaker at the Starke Rotary one. each week for four consecutive

unit commander, Capt., stated. Chitty, (I.r'lrgin1a) Darby, secretary and Mary Ann Long, treas where the child lives but "stiff Club on Wednesday, Oct 2. weeki. in the E'radford County Telegraph. > Good Singing Forceful PreachingEACH

; Rudolph lIutcht>son, lice urer. penalties for willful violations With the exception' three Dated this 25 'day of Sept., 1957. LORD'S DAY

president; Rudolph Sapp, president Seventh Grade: Stanley Thomas can make intentional 'hiring 'of years, -which he spent'on a.U. S. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charlea A.Darby .
Action Film Slated ; Freddie Stephens! sergeant- president; J. C. Dukes, vice boat Clerk of the Ctreutt Court
underage children expensive, he Navy troop landing, in the By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk

For Florida TheatreA al-arms; and Patricia Alvarez, president; Lois Kaufmann, secretary pointed outCrops Pacific, 'Mr. David has'been with 9/27 4t' 11/18 Sunday School ____________________ 9:45 A.M.
treasurer. New officers for the Lynwood Walters treasurer -
one or another"'of the Governments NOTICE TO APPEAR Morning Worship __________ .___11:00, A.M.
other -classes are: and David Ingram, sergeant- such as peanuts, pecans IB .
FlorUai Chaaery.In
story intrigue and ro
Eleventh Grade Williams at-arms. corn, are being harvested, programs .. .. '
malice : Benny ,Clrestt C rt, Bradferd C aty.
; the borders ofCommunistruled president; Tom Stallings, Representatives to the Student or soon will be. Some of this 1933. 'He'is presently lieutenant Grover C. Harris, Plaintiff vs. Training Union _____________________ 6(5 P.M.

Albania is unfolded "- vice president; Barbara Bates, Council are: 12th grade-Jean work is particularly suitable for commander in the Naval Re- Esther L. Harris Case Defendant.No. 12402i.tIc. Evening Worship ___________________ 8:00 P.M.

in "Action of the Tiger, secretary; Patsy Nichols, treasurer -I. Moore, Charles Noegel Mary young people because of their serve at Jacksonville.For % To AppearTo Prayer Services & Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P.M.

playing Sunday and Monday at I I and Calvin Page, Sergeant-at- Starling 'and Elissa Stefanelli; greater agility and ease in the past 11 yeara )tf.. David : Esther and address L. Harris is: ,Unknown.You whose residence !-

the Florida Theatre. urms. llth grade Barbara Bates stooping and has been in charge of the are hereby notified that a
Van' Johnson, French star Becky Brice, John Green and Ski squatting 'requiredfor Veterans Administration Home suit for 'divorce has been filed Visitor, Neighbor, Friend Let This Be A Cordial Invitation
Tenth Grade: Harvey Tanner, speedily picking cotton above named
against you in the To In Starke's Church
Martine Carol, and Herbert Lom Ann Smith-10th grade-Kathleen Worship Youngest
president; Hank Graham, ,vice ; shaking peanuts', or finding and Loan Program at the Jacksonville Court and cause and you are required -
headan international cast in this Conway, Hank Graham, Laura to serve a copy of your an-
president; Mary Catherine Wainwright sacking fffce'which.'serves' the 57 the complainton for all services for all
production which was filmed on Slade and Mary Catherine Wain- pecans. swer or pleading to Nursery open Room
secretary; Susan" LaMee, northern'' counties of Florida. the Plaintiffs Attorney
locations in Spain. treasurer, and Frank Williams, wright; 9th grade-Sylvia Starling !- "But tanners who want. to Tanzler & .Maddox, 109 Law Exchange -

The action begins in a shoddy sergeantatarms.Ninth Dave Long, Carolyn Vickersand use children for these occupations Florida Building, Jacksonville 2,. REV. JACK H. MABRY, JR., Pastor

cafe in Athens, where Martine Grade Tom Kay Dennis; 8th grade must arrange to employ Shooting Charge and file the original In the officeof
: Smith, president Theresa Thomas Susan Slade and the Clerk of the Circuit Courton I
Carol meets Van Johnson and at- after school hours or on of OcU P. T. NOLIN, Supt. Sunday School
; Sarah Woodburn, vice pres- Betty Lou Waimvright; 7th grade weekends," Williams said A Bradford County youth or before the 28 day of i!
to persuade him to rescue pointIng 1957;' otherwise the allegations I
tempts ident; Johnny Forsyth, secretary; Henri Lu Dennis, Sally Ann out that in sections Buck Bonnet, this' week accused said Complaint will be taken as J

her brother from the Albanian risks Dianne Firth, treasurer'and Kay Epperson and Jimmy Summerlin. of the Southeast there many is his stepfather' of shooting at him I FOR REXrF: llY furnished Apt. .

has are Security nothing been Police.smuggling new to Although Johnson Greek. children who- Starke FFA Hears 'More PolicemenFor harvest ing practice of crops of adapting to the grow--days the with-.a an argument.32 caliber'at their'pistol home.during Sell It Rent h Trade ll Btownlee.with supplied.gas, electric Inquire and at hot 504 water Itp E. l'

Talk On Cattle 'The stepfather, E. M. \Willing-
held as hostages, out of when school is not 'in session. FOR'SALE-Newly'crudeconstructed
Games AskedA school authorities and ham was charged with assault Skiff blunt both nds..
Albania in his fast motor launch, County beam
Several officers were electedby I local l parent teacher of- with .intent to commit murder WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED 44 inches, length 12 ft., not calk
be'refuses Miss Carol's request. groups ed or painted. $25.00. H. L.
It is when MUw Carol steals the Starke Chapter, FFA, in request for more policemenat ten work out "crop holidays". and released under. $2500 bond. I Hough, 241 Park Place, Starke.
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there be- their first meeting Sept. 12, football games to control which allow complete'freedom
aboard his boat that :o WORDS OR LESS. One In ertie. (Mlalmnm Charge) -- .79 -

gins a series of adventure in to replace the boys who had crowds was made to :Mayor W. from school during the peak WRGR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER :0 .-- ,-_-_ 4e Per Word WANTED-Three bedroom unfurnished

which the couple find themselvesin transferred to the Bradford T. Jackson Friday by a committee harvest seasons.. Days' lost are 20.% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT INSERTIONS SAME AD Johnson house."or see Phone at 436 276 W., Call Mr.

one tight spot after another. Chapter because of a conflict in from the QuarterbackClub. made up at other periods of the 1490 K C PHONE 50 25: ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IN ADVANCE. Street. Itp

year when farm labor 'is not STARKE, FLORIDAThe
class schedules. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY __ -..-___ si.s Per Inch First la.ertlo. FOR SALE-The only Dry CleanIng -
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Display The committee composed of R. badly needed. plant in Baldwin. Lady can
Fireworks Music! & News Station tl.00 PER INCH FOR SAME AD REPEATED ONE OR MORE TIMES
Wilbur Terms to the
elected manage. right
Barry par-
pres- P. McLendon, Carl Lamar Johns The Federal law covers all In Starke1Ionday
YouthVence _____ ty. Albert McDonald
To 50 Words) ftOO
Charged OF THANK (Up T* ----
ident to replace Rudolph Sapp and Foster Shi Smith asked that farmers producing cotton, pecans CARDS OVER SO WORDS ______________:._u.4 Ce.U Per Word Fla. Itp

who transferred Hutch- the city supply 'four policemento ,, peanuts, or other thru Friday ;
Stanley of I ; Rudolph crops ,
FOR Room suit. Re-
Clayton SALE-Dining
6:00: Sign :on. and, ,News -' MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS ___, __ --- 4 Cents Per Word
Gainesville was placed under $50 eson, who had been,reporter was watch the crowds at the gate for shipment directly or; indirectly duced for quick sale. Apply El
6:05'The' Clockwatcher Rancho MoteL i
(bond this week charged with disturbing elected .vice president, and De- and to keep persona off of the ,. out of the state. The prohibition 6:30."tark'I.ee' ItchgBU1CK
: Raulerson' (Mon
the peace by throwing Ritch Green was nam reporter.. against the. employment "" day and POWER ,MOWERS FOR' RENT at I I NEED TIRES -1550, 4-door sedan in per

firecrackers in a residential dis John Goolsby was elected sentinel' field.The said that becauseof of child labor --applies 'to 'all Tuesdays only' ) Tiny's 66 Service. 411 S. Walnut Get them now, pay- as you ride. feet' condition! Has radio. heater
mayor 6:45The' Clockwatcher St.' Also new mowers for' Sale. I I Ask for our easy budget termaLacy nylon seat covers, tinted glass,
in place of the transferring the overtime that would beinvolved but children employed by their 7:00 First News Cif The World Easy payment plan. Pay while Conway Sales and Service. and 4 brand new white sidewall
trict.Deputy Sheriff Charles R. Cox owned you mow. Bay where you can Union Pus Station, Starke, Fla. tires. An ideal town and familycar.
the farm or '-
Freddie -
Stephens. the City Council would parents on Roundup" buy. .
get service: on what you ttchg Can finance with little or
tossing '
that was
firecrackers Stanley out of his car windowas Highlight of the meeting wasa have to grant permission ,for operated by the .parents.: 7:15-The Clockwatcher! .' tfchg nothing down.. Call US to see.Up

talk by Broderick McCrossin, such measures, but that he would Farmers should keep the 7:20 Bulletin Board Of The-Air PLASTIC SEAT COVERS for alii.
he was driving: along SR 100 WHEN IN'NEED o! makes, and model autos $21.93
south of Starke. The episode took 25-year-old Hampton farmer, try to :make: arrangements for name, address, and birth date of 7:30 .Weather. Around' The" .Nation and up. Installation free at FOR'SALE-Upright Singer vacuum

place about 2"o'clock Sunday who previously had been a successful policemen to serve at the Bolles children employed. whether during TOP SOIL Shepherd's. tfchg cleaner lawn\ mower electric,' fe'nder'skirts roaster, hand 49

morning. dairy farmer in Frederick game this week and wed the school hours, or outside 7:35 The Clockwatcher Chevy grader blade for Cub
7:5.0 World, National, State"and FILL DIRT FOR SALE 8 x 8 x 16 Concrete Tractor, young milk cow. Mrs.
Md. commitee to submit their- request school. hours. Information on Blocks' 18c each. FOP yard. Mortar Leo Champion, 2 miles K. on 16,

W. C. T. U. McCrossin who has won liter- to the Council when it farm employment requirements 8:05: S The Sporta Clockwatcher News ,ALL TYPESTRACrOR Aluminum Mix, Cement Windows., Sand Also. Steel ready and U mile south. Phone 4811. Itchg .

meets, Tuesda .night. be obtained"from''any"wage- mixed concrete. Bradford Engineering
ally a bushel of ribbons for his may WQRK FOR SALE-Pangola planting
"THEY DRANK ''IN.. AND 8:45'Radio Chapel (Ministerial Co., Phone 94. tfchg
1'KAISED THE GODS OF GOLD)) .cattle projects in 4-H work, gave The committee complainedthat hour office or investigator. Association) AND grass amount.by' 1.the.. A.truck Wynn load Hampton or any

AND-OF SILVER: OF; nffASS, the boys pointers on how to pre- in the past a'large number 9:00 Five minute 'summary of WAITRESS WANTED-Apply aftev Lake. ltpFOR

OF IRON, OF WO.ODXD OF pare animals for exhibition at of persons have crowded along I Ithe' Navy Reserve Offers News Light Bulldozing 12 noon.. B.,&; G. Truck Stop Restaurant \
tfcbg SALE-Circulating heater, oil I
STONE. fairs. sDisney sidelines, hampering 'the PlanChief 9:05 The Chatterbox with Betty W. L. THIGPEN, JR. burner, very good condition. C; ,

"IN THAT NIGHT WAS BEL- operation of the team arid officials College Training Gray Et 2 Box 245-D- Alton Ed WE HAVE a new loan program for S.Starke.Haddock.Old! Lawtey Rt. 1, Rd.Box 25J-A.Itp '"

SHAZZAR KING OF TilE ( 1ItLDE.L and placing themselves ina 10:00: Cedric Adams Show farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 years
Frontier Film M. V. Coleman of the PHONE 297Bterke -* for the entire credit require
S SLAIN. 10.30 Music For The Missus DINE AND DANCE-Mamo Mo'aPlace
dangerous spot. ments of the farmer and his fam
(DANIEL 5:4 AND 80.) Scheduled For ParkWalt also area Navy Recruiting office, 11:00 Five minute summary of. Fte. ily. Gainesville Production Credit Sailor's- Snack Bar,
committee and 'Kingsley Lake. Square dancing
The mayor Gainesville, announces that the Association, (20 North Main,
News Friday and Saturday night. Music
Disney's frontier film discussed plans to install lights U. S. Naval Reserve Officer ll:05Musie For The Mlssus ova TENTH ,AXKIYERIABT Gainesville. Fla. tfchg by Bradford County Playboys.
for the area behind the stands, into effect ; RADIOS REPAIRED ] 4tp 10/1
I "Westward Ho The Wagons!" Training program goes 11:30 Farm Roundup AU Hake AU Model FOR SALE-Westinghouse sink and
to fill in certain low spots a- during the next two months. Public teasojtable Caarea narutee4CHAS. I dishwasher. Reg. $459.95. Sale
which playa Sunday, Monday and 12:00 Service FOR SALE-Three room Cottage,
round the snack bar and restrooms be received C. SHEPHERD price. 39995. This appliance will blocks from Post Office. Furnished
; NEED Tuesday at the Park Theatre, I Applications, must 12:15 Second News, of The World I ftS W.' Call St. Starbe Ph. sat reduced $5 each week until two or unfurnished. Cash or

: turns the spotlight on the fami- with dirt, and to place agate by.November 16., Roundup I sold. Slade Gas Co. tfchg terms. Telephone nUt Keystone -

lies who migrated west in wagon at the center, outlet in the Through this NROTC program, 12:30 Weather Around The Nation 3%STONE PAID ST&TK OX SAVINGS BANK -- KEY KEY- FOR' SALE-S51 Correct Craft Cabin nes. Heights', Fla. Mrs Car-Itp

I train caravans in 1844 to reach stands to prevent people from young men in' top physical .condition STONE HEIGHTS.' FUL. MEMBER Cruiser 1947. Two bunks, galley

the bountiful land of Oregon. going on the: field during the: and In/the top 25 per cent! 12:35: The Perry Van Show FDIC. enclosed equipped. h.ad Tall, Weichel 95 II?. Fully FOR RENT-Two room cabins, 'gas
Keystone ,
school classes. can 1:00 Five minute of FOR SALE-82 gallon Electric Heights' 262. refrigeration. Access to lake. \
MONEY Featuring Fess Parker, Kathleen game.- of their high summary Water Heater. Two elements. tfchg S5 per week. Stars & Stripes,

Crowley and Jeff York as The men discussed a plant to attend colleges and universities News GoodCondition..- See at Gay's i. SERVICE Kingsley Lake pnon 2781. Itp

the starring trio, the film depictsthe place boundary lines behind such as Georgia Tech Auburn,I 4:05.: Chuck Denton ,Show Home ..Appliancetfchg Auto Radios. Toasters. Iron Fan_ FOR RENT-Unfurnished three bedroom

varying relationships be- .which spectators must stay. If Rice, Vanderbilt and many others 2:00: Five minute summary of M.t Your Property,. Per Sale With all small Appliances. w-i-RCA 'Lake front home in Keystone

tween Indians and whites that they violated. the lines they II with the Government paying News V.rm, Hoar.and Baslneiw Propert .V4ctrola Comb. AM-FM Console. Keystone Heights.Heights Phone 3662. evenings

? shaped the 'character of the would be.subje. to ejection from exp nses. Upon ,graduation ,these 2:05 The Perry Van Show -B.Free....Ope, Representative LUtiBgsJehnle .MCCRIFF Phone MERCURY 447 MOTORS. Uchg 10/11

step into the 3:00:: .Five minute summary of '
western frontier young men can : P. O. Box 807 Starke, Fla.
the park. FOR RENT-Two bedroom -
.News 5 '.l. 8. cc SOt Phone Waldo completely
ranks of' the' Navy'Scommission : furnished house on furnished Garage apart-
In one of the biggest scenesin HObart 8-2831: tf
ed'offi ers. If they apply, they 3:05 The Perry Van Show Kingsley Lake. 2 bedrooms., New ment on KilTgeley Lake. Call
the film, a wagon train teen- Elder To Quarterback 4:00 Five minute of ly decorated and modern. Winter Carl Johns. 20 or 45;: tfchg
get flight training and summary FOR SALE-Used 17 Inch T.V. Sets
ager is captured as hostage by ca.n Rates. Contact Mrs. Benceat
of ,News $48.95 at Shepherd's. tfchg For Sale Cheap. Used Lumber, doors
Pawnee scouts, but his daring South Georgia Squad earn their "Navy Wings
LET'STALK Kingsley Lake
: tfchg Windows, Brlckfldlng. Plumbing
I 4p5: : At Your Request SANTA FE LAKE.. FRONT LOTS-
provokes a full scale at- Gold. Materials and Shrubbery. See
escape Elder, former Brad- is lifetime 6:00 W R 0 R News Parade .000.00. Convenient terms. Guy Bill Jackson, Phone 165 or I iii.
DeWayne chance of
tack on the caravan. "This: a .a Andrews Phone 381 or. 379-W. FOR SALE-14 In. x, 15 ft. steel Starke. Fla. tfchg
Another dramatic scene centrs ford High athlete, entered South for young men who would, like (World and National) tfchg culvert' pipe. $1.25 ft. 'ALSO -
6:30: 8 P. M. WhatABurgerShow. Building lots for sale in South
around the demand of the Georgia College last week for the to attend college, get' a Navy HOUSE' FOR RENT-Inquire Unlox Gate Subdivision. Low down pay. FARM farm for WANTED-If sale with livable you have house a,
football' drills with the commission, and fulfill their military Pal!! Station. tfcha menL Low monthly payments
fierce Sioux Chief. He asks that opening 6:30. Bandstand BILLY forty or more acres three or four
Revolving JACKSON
The former Bradford obligation all in one neat FOR RENT Central Phone 165, e/o miles of Starke. Contact me at
the white men deliver to his Tigers. -Three room furnished Truck Lines. tfchg
News and Music
( once. E. W. Hayes, Realtor.
will the quarter- ", Chief ,Coleman said. newly decorated upstairs apart-
:tribe a golden haired youngster High star play package ) ment. Private, bath and en- CIRCULATING tfchy
vho has been declared for South Georgia: Young men who feel they are trance. OIL HEATERS
"good back 'position 8:00: Sign Off Reasonable. Call Mr/p. CLEANED-I0 years npnlence. FOR RENT-One bedroom apart- I
icdicine." lettered for three qualified'and would like more Information Torode at 440-W. tfchg Call J. M. Allen
this season. He Saturday at Denmark Fur- ment. Electricity furnished., $tO
IT' under niture Co. 151 or write Rt.. 1. Box: Also sleeping room Olsons, SIS
The film Is In Cinema Scope at Bradford High on thia program Same schedule' as above WAREHOUSE FOR RENT-Tele- 17t.
years except __ tfchg Walnut St. tfchg
phone S6.\\. zip 9/27 _i:
vnd Technicolor. Jim school
the direction of Coach should contact their high .1 to ,6 'p. m. Road Show
career guidance office, or the HOUSE FOR RENT-Unfurnished. FOR RENT-Two modern furnish- FOR SALE-West End Grocery on
Hobbs. Sunday 'all ed houses *35 corner of West Madison and
408.J. to $50
per montn.
3tche 1014 .
Vew Jailer AddedTo ,Elder, is .entering, ,,the college Navy Recruiting office in Gainesville 7:30 Sign On Religious programs W. s.sjbiey, phone 3852 Keystone Orange' Sts. See L.. C. Hinson.
.- OFPICE FOR.RENT !Heights Sr. Itchy:
-Heat and air Up j/27
H and will continue : until 1:00. p. m. .
OVERLoans Relieve Load as aiophomore condition furnished. Will finish
'degree in physical named 1.op'o, 6:00 p., m. TheSun.. to suit tenant.- Charley E. Johns. ,WANTED WAITRESS Immediately
for a and 'the
working was :
outstanding 129! 8. Walnut St. tfchg FOR RENT-Three bedroom apart K. & 'J. Restaurant Phone
Sheriff P. D. Reddish said education. He is the -son of Mr. film of 1956: day Show ment. Large living room. dining Jll*. Itchg
6:00 to 8:00 pl.m.: See,Schedule room. and kitchen. Gas
of Kings- FOR SALE heat.
this week that Oct. M. D. Elder All teen-agers are invited to and
beginning and Mrs. Telephone InstAlled. Call IS.W, DUCKS ALL SIZES Come
1 duties at the County 'jail will Icy Lake. attend.. AU of the programs areS above 54 Pontiac, 2 d .Hyd." wwr, I-429 W. Jefferson St. tfchg get them. NO CHARGE. Phone

free. 2 tone ___ ,__ $730.00M 4181. Keystone Heights. Itp
be divided i into two shifts withT. its -
South Georgia will open WE HAVE A FEW EQUITIES IN
Pontiac. 4d Hyd. ,\\wr MODERN BEAUTIFULLY furnished new 4-
HOMES, which !
C. Crawford assuming duties! West Georgia on we can
season against 2 tone Mil A STEAL sell for smaU cash payment and :. room. bath, on Kingsley Lake.
to as assistant jailor 'and radio operator Sept 28 Carrolton.. Ga. Coach give immediate possession. If Interested Rent'yearly to responsible couple -
up 54 FORD 2d TIP WWTV8 call: Mrs., Beckett. Box 33C Rt. 1.
,for the second shift of the Tigers ex .
Bowden tfeh
Bobby __ __ 850.00
The pressure of operating the pects: Elder to see a lot ol: action FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FLORIDA REALTY CO.
31 Chevrolet, 2 d POlL_ & FOR RENT-Two bedroom completely

$600 jail on a 24 hour basis necessitated this fall* t 1 STARKE FLORIDAREVIVAL- H ..i-_-____ 473.00 OF STARKE furnished house with car
$ the new program, the sheriff port on N. Walnut St., apply at
19 Olds 4 d KiH Hym ,393.00 lit X. Walavt St. TeL 383Stark. Coney Island Apt.. Apt. 2, 504
said. Under the present system Programs 51 Olds Holiday Coupe .. Florida E. Brownlee. lip
jailor Dolph Reddish is Rally : I BARGAINS IX: REAL ESTATE
RH Hym ,_--_- 593.00
'Folks! Find Us Friendly" awakened all during the night,To Resume At USOThe !31 Dodge 4 d ATrans. 350.00 BUY Super YOUR Portable Smith before Corona Silent Neirlloorm 3 bed r... 1a..Ie. hardwoOd
prices advance
to receive bonds or prisoners forteenagers V Plymouth Belvadere__ 1,195.00 Oct. 1. Lay away now for gr*.ada, pared. paved driveway street eitr, iaadseaprd tllltie.

brought in by officer Youth Rally programs SPECIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Christmas. Nothing down. Dol- a real hartal with fSTS.** .....

LOCAL FINANCE Sheriff Reddish said 'that it will be resumed at the ONLY o Bradford lar-A-Week County terms Telegraph.if desired.tf p..e.t, balance like re.U

is. planned for Crawford to operate USO building Saturday night and< 1957 Pontiac 2 door'Sedan %2.S95.00 Attractive 4 bed *... ...., pavedtreet

the radio and oversee the be conducted eadi Saturday night RAYMOND-LANG 'PONTIAC FOR SALE-Girls 26 inch Bicycle elty tiUiies, d... ... Price
during the. school'year. OCTOBER 6 INCLUSIVE 320. 1328 Bfan inc St Itp $.,000 0 with attractive terms.
Reconditioned Used Cars
from until 12:30
COMPANY jail 4:30: p. m.
with hand- The program opens at 7 p.m. 528 S. Walnut St. Starke' Fla. BROKE INTO MY PASTURE Black Be.Btif.l 84 acre .*.. site faeiag
a. m. jailor Reddish with' time from 7 until 8. DR. JESSE HENDLEY,. Evangelist 356 In. Steer with ,2 inch horns. State Ra X*. 16, 1 Mile timm
ling the operation in the day game MAN ,OR WOMAN-To take over Owners may have by paying damages fko"L S..e I.pr..t. and a
114 N. Walnut) 'St. From 8 until 9.the. teenagerswill Atlanta, Georgia route of established customers in feed and advertising. W. real bargain at f&TMUW. eash .r
time.It. be supplied with either a Starke. Weekly profit of $5 lt.O. C.- Conner 'Ri. 2,, Starke tera.i, -
is expected that the city I mnre at start possible. No car .Jtehg 19/11 '
Phones 580 and 581 speaker or a film. FRANK EIFERT, Soloist Song LeaderOf or or other investment necessary. FLORIDA REALTY CO.
police will operate the radio from i This Saturday night the film BEDROOM .
Orlando Florida Wm"belp.ou get started. Write ONE. ,furnished apart Of Starke '
,12M until the rtieriffsj C. S-., The J. K rments- for rent. Phone ICS, W. T. '
: n. m. "Seventeen" will be !shown.' This P. Ruble. Dept. 11 'N.: Walnut St.: TeL
p. 1 I I. Watkins ""Company; UamphU -t. ,- -,"-::,'; ,;, ::;o -.:.., '
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I 4-H Girls Receive Awards I YTYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYTTYYYYYYTYYT her home on Lake Keystone on Plans for the coming year include

i d Home Demonstration Thursday Sept 26. sponsoring a program for
-- .. KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Miss Shirley Todd was at the youth of the church: A com-
T y .., 3 c') 1 Notes: home in Keystone for a few days. mittee was appointed to set up a .

\ cr byDOROTHY 3Iary K. Schaeffer, Guest Editor She expects to be released per- program for Sunday evenings to
"' r.y ri : include a period of worship, rec-
& J 1: 1 ROSS ......"............"-A&&&&&.. .... ..i... .. .. .. ..-----------AA&&A&.. & & & & & & . & short mantnely time.Harmon from. the hospital in a creation and refreshments. The

\ "I r i .:-VS'-.' M Home Demonstration Agent- Thanks To Guest Correspondent Sympathy Extended ;ice of Hubbard, youth group will meet in the educational

Persimmons! your home should express your Mary Schaeffer has been doingan Mrs. Arthur Widdowfield of I Ohio nephew of Mrs. F. T. Scott A.building.W. Wallace. gave a talk on

Persimmons are plentiful now individual taste. You might get excellent job of covering the Denver, Colo., sister of -E.. n.-- I who -passed away- recently- was loyalty stressing loyalty of the
and fortunate for us that they your color schemes from the colors news'and your correspondent, Weichel, Jr., died suddenly at in Keystone Heights for a: few I men to the church school.A .

V are with the other local fruits in :a carpet, picture, .fabric now returned from '"gallavant- her home in Denver on Sunday, days attending to business mat pancake supper will be held
out of season. The colorful per- or wallpaper.. ing," is most grateful. While visiting Sept. ,,15. Mr. and Mrs. Weichel ters. Mrs.. Scott died at her home at an early date to raise funds

simmon lends itself to several Usually,. you select the colors in Clearwater Beach we went by private plane to Denverfor here on September 3. The remains for the equipment needed for the

JdT different ways of preparation'as for the walls and floor covering had the pleasure of seeing the the .funeral service,, which were sent to Ohio for youth recreation program.Monkey .

t In salads, ice cream, and .baked first. Walls are usually light and World Softball Tournament, with was held on Thursday, Sept 19. funeral services and burial. It .BusinessIt .

goods. You will\ want to try this the ceiling white for good reflection -I teams from Canada, Cuba and Mrs Widdowfield has been a vis- will be remembered by many bite the isn't hands often that that a it gift will

tempting loaf cake which Mrs. of light. The floor' coverings the United States. The team itor in Keystone Heights. Sincere that Frank Scott was a former that is what happened give when-Mrs.but

,4 Lawrence Wiggins of Brooker dull or dark. Then decideon from Montreal played some exceptionally sympathy is extended to the Mayor of Keystone Heights.At Bill Bfelote. alternated to._ move the
-t prepares for her family. the colors for draperies and good softball.. The family in their bereavement I the time or'this writing it monkey she was planning to give
Persimmon games and the Gulf beach and KeynotesMr is reported that Mrs ,
t Nut Loaf furniture. H. L. ]Ior- Bill from one cage to another. It
1 f. 2 cups all, purpose flour, 1 teaspoon Three colors are enough to! use breezes combined to make for a''I and Mrs. Tom Wheeler of gan's condition remains un isn't known just what caused this

-.-..r..-'.........--. 'soda, one-fourth teaspoon but repeat them over and over. wonderful vacation. Miami ,were house guests of Mrs. changed. She is still in the Bradford unfriendly act on the part of the
cloves, one-half teaspoon cinnamon Small areas of bright color may Civic Group Hears Senator Edith Thornquist and Miss Ruth County Hospital. Her mother little fellow. We hope he likes

Receiving awards from :MLv" Dorothy Ross, home demonstration one-half cup shortening, 2 be used for interest as in pillowsor Senator Tom Adams spoke at Ohlson .last week. They were en- !: Mrs. Frank Westervelt, of Bill all right, anyway.

agent, for outstanding cork in their projects are ((1-r) Lynn Perrat, eggs slightly beaten, -1 cup sugar accessories.To the meeting of the Brooklyn route home after a vacation, in New Jersey is. here with the

Lawtey food preparation; Marilyn Cox, Starkc, yeast breads; Patricia ,, one-half cup broken pecan produce a harmonious effect Civic Club on September 21. The Hendersonville, N. C. family and Mary Ann has also FOR.DEPENDABLETermite

I'elluin, Starke, clothing; and Brenda LoU, Hampton, yard meats (use more if desired), one I use the same color on Walla speaker was presented by Mrs. Mr. and ,Mrs. c. VBrust of returned home.

beautificatlon. Winners of awards: not present' when photo was and one-half cups persimmonpulp : in adjoining rooms. Emory Cooper, Chairman of the Hollywood- Fla. .pent the -weekend Airs Sam Sawyer gave a stork Control

taken were Virginia Parrish, Brooker, frozen foods;; Judy Kelley, that has been strained. Per Do these things. with color: Survey League. The Survey Lea as guests of Mr. and Mrs. shower for Mrs. Richard Byrd at

Brooker, farm and home electric; Mrs F. J. Pellum, 4.11 alumni. simmons must be fully ripe. 1. Give spaciousness to small gue serves the general interestsof James Cook at their home on her home on Tuesday evening Household ft: CotnmerdiJ
Cream shortening and sugar rooms by using LIGHT color. the community concerning Lake Winott Sept. 17. Games were enjoyedby

YTTTTTYTYTYYTTTTTTTTTTYTi man.After together, add eggs and beat well. 2. Minimize large rooms by using problems connected with public Mrs. Vt>]ma Webster and her the 22 guests and many love- Pent Control

the wedding a receptionwas. Sift flour, soda and spices together DARK color. schools water resources and mother, Mrs. Pennybacker of ly gifts were received by the 0 Grove Sprayln

t NORTH SIDE held in the home of the add. .alternately with the 3. Eliminate "chopped-up' such. Coral Gables, were recent guests honoree.
bride's parents. persimmon pulp. Add nuts and feeling by painting doors, windows The meeting was presidedover of Air. and Mrs. James Cook. Community Church MenD. Call FR. 6-6035

By Mrs. Carl Brown Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Smith of mix well. Bake in loaf pan that and fireplaces, all in one by the president, Carl Carn- They were on their way to Gat- E. Pangborn, president, presided -

Jacksonville visited the G. L. has been well _greased and bottom e lor. es. Senator Adams will be the linburg, Tenn., and Louisville, at the business meeting of I Ii Florida Pest Control
6..A.A.A.4 AAAA. W Sapps last Tuesday.Rev. lined.with wax paper in a 4. In large window areas, use speaker at the meeting next Ky., where they will visit friends i i the Men of the Community Church I & Chemical Co.
Whitakar-McDani! E. C. Harvey and family 350 degree oven for about 1 draperies the color of wall. month of the Survey League. and relatives. held Monday night in the education -

Mr. and Mrs. AL L MeDaniel were Sunday dinner guests of hour. 5. Combine light and dark colors Attend Meettas[ Of Mrs. Sara McDonald building. The dinner was' 24 N. W. 16th Ave.

announce the marriage of their I Mrs. Eva Whitikar. With The Girls .1-H'',Clubs for contrast in room. United Church Women to the Hooked Rug was Club hostess at- served Mrs.: David, by members Nelson, chairman.of Circle 2,j Gainesville, Florida

daughter, JoAnn, to Maryland Baptismal: services were held Three senior (older girls) 4-H Mrs. Sara McDonald, president ---
Whitakar. The wedding took Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Clubs are in the process of being r t>f the Women of the Community
place Saturday afternoon at 5:30 Bayless organized in the county. Theyare
Highway Church. mGRAHAM Church, Mrs. David Nelson, and
o'clock in the North Side Church Mr. andIrf. John Benny located in Lawtey, Brooker, Mrs. John Camp of Keystone,

which was decorated with a love- Sapp of Daytona spent the weekend and Starke. This is one more attended the meeting of Unit- ,
ly arrangement ot white gladioli.Rev. with friends and relatives club than there was last year. Mrs. John McKinney ed Church Women of Florida at I t ,

E. C. Harvey officiated.The and were Sunday dinner guestsof The meetings are held after rVVV Silver Springs, September 18-19.
bride wore a beautiful the Carl Sapps. school which allows more time 'vvvvvvvvvvvvvvv They assisted in the Thursday

t white ballerina length gown, ,and Happy birthday to Mrs. Orene for individual participation and Mr.' and Mrs. John Surrency evening program when the mis-

\ was 'given in marriage by her Cowart on her anniversary cele- instructionNext spent the weekend in Jacksonville sion study books for this year
t i father Martin Luther McDaniel. brated last week.Congratulations. month the junior clubs with their son-in-law and daughter were presented by the Area Mis-
Mrs. Mae Bonvosuto, sister off in the schoolsover Mr, and Mrs. Mack McKenzie -
f to Mr. and will be organized anni- sion Chairman, Mrs. Charles Huber -
the bride, served as bridesmaid, rrs'liIIY Martin on the birth the county. to celebrate the birthday of Daytona Beach. Mrs: Hu- e <
,l and Sam Bonvosuto was best a son, Thursday night Sept. This year the point system is versary Dewanda of, who the McKenzie was 10 years old. ber wore an authentic Japanese /

19, at the Bradford County Hos- to be used to determine the girls in the costume, belonging to Mrs. Nel- 1 /
G. W. Rivers has .
,( who are to be eligible for trips since Sept. son, as she described the books
MANN pital.Mr. hospital in Gainesville
; and Mrs. Carl Brown were and honors. Points will be givenfor g after having a very serious op available for this year's study.An .
r PLUMBING CO. Sunday dinner guests of the Cal participation in club activities -;eration. He is improving at this added feature was the display
vin Halls at Keystone Heights.A and attendance at meetings.The I writing.Mrs. of a replica of the Women's

t 118 Court Street miscellaneous shower was point system was orginatedand F. M. Griffin of Gaines Christian College of Tokyo. This x, :.
f Installation and ServiceOf given Thursday night. Sept 19, is being carried out by the ville is spending a week with. :Mrs. model was designed from a snapshot .Y y.aw k 'tl.9
in honor of :Miss Jo Ann McDaniel county council. Equilla Roberts. taken by Mrs. Nelson whenthe
at the 'home of her parents.Mr. "Make Yours A Well Dressed Mr. and Mrs. Russell Starlingand was in Japan: while Col. Nelson ; V

Plumbing& Heating and Mrs. M. L. McDaniel Home children have moved backto was on duty there with the SLIMMER, V

0 Dependable and Expert Refreshments were .served. dur- When 'decorating .your home, our community.Mr. U. S. Army. Mrs. Nelson described V

Service ing the evening by Mrs. McDaniel color plays an important part and Mrs. V. L :McKinneyand the school and gave some interesting 4c TRIMMER
rr Economical Prices and Mrs. Mae Bonvosuto of and yet baffles many people. daughters of Gainesville were facts about her per-
Jacksonville. Everyone enjoyedthe Everybody likes color and it supper guests of Mr and Mrs. sonal contacts in Japan., The ,

PHONE.5U.J. occasion and Jo Ann, received would be most difficult to live Mrs. John Moody has been in model was designed by Mrs. Russell CABINET

may useful gifts. without it. John McKinney Sunday night. Young and several of the
Night Call Collect Choir rehearsal will be held on To plan your color scheme, St. Vincent's Hospital for the past Women of the Community as-

tl Keystone Heights Tuesday nights at 7:30: o'clock combine 3 colors that go well three weeks taking treatments.She sisted in its construction. It was STYLING f

l instead of Friday night. together. The colors you want in spent. the weekend at home, also on display at the meeting of
tut returned to the hospital Mon
Women in
It the United Church
r. .._' "_'" day afternoon. Clearwater In May. Y THE KENT
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:. f ': ', c. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Prevattand Preceding the evening meetinga __ __V V _
children of Lawtey visited the \ 'if dfag.! meas.262Iq.
was served to In.
supper rectangular
Moody family Saturday night.
EVERYONE the some 200 delegates in a setting picture. tuba.Tone
rJlJ11 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Underwood of of Japanese lanterns andflower Control. Spotlite
D Hampton Lake visited the John Dial. Easy Out
afternoon. arrangements.A fact GI.... In
: McKinneys Monday 14 a .,
+rtayry,4t uar er >sno+.M "x't' .a
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meeting will be held firalnad Mahogany
WINSiDTfl7I'V Mrs. C. Abernathy is at the at the c a..csswHiwMwsln w
& > 1W&fai** U&W* fMWrr :r, or Blend Oak
home of her grandson, Mack Abernathy Community' Church educational ty=>..wihMn + lr6bm+ .=.+.i+l,an.+.. color
c and would like for all of building on October 17, at which' WRlgalaa.fr4et4aFW %
: WITH THE her friends to come, to see her. time Mrs. A. N. Tissot and Mrs r 269.95
Chris Matheson of Gainesvillewill

j "Z'V r nvm artCLAY be present to discuss the or- P111e w h t

ganization of a United Church

-,..-. HILL Women's Council in this area.

: V\ No organizational work will take
'\ at this It will be
-. place meeting.
by Airs. i. L. StrtcklaqtAAA&A"&A&A&&AAA&A&A
-( .:- an informational meeting. Attendance .
r -- 0" AA' by representativechurch e .

.. John Wilkinson of Jacksonville women from all churchesof /
i'l. preparing to build a dwellingnear all denominations in this area / HORIZONTAL flEW SUNSHINE

us, between our home and is desired, including Starke, Mel- CHASSIS 'f"1
the paved road. We understandthat rose and the churches of Key- PICTURE TUBE

there will be some more stone Heights. with Extended Band : with new Zenith high r
building in our neighborhood tina
New .PTA President Video Amplifier- ;.0 : speed electron gun
short time. When John gets
here we will have another preacher A. E. Anthony was nominatedand allows up to 350,000 : that drives electrons t
in our midst elected the new president of more cycles of picture against the screen COMPARE

One day last week some of the the Keystone Heights Element- information to reach hard and fast-pictures
young men of the communitycame ary PTA at their meeting on the TV screen for t : sparkle with THE PICTURE

N to Stricklands to get fish Tuesday, Sept 17. The meetingwas greater picture detail, : brighthighlights.New SPARKLE
t %r bait as they often do. They were presided over by the vice- depth, realism than : design eliminates

below the garden digging worms president, Mr. Peters; who intro- ordinary narrow'band : troublesome ion trap
and were. finding quite a few duced the new principal RobertC. TV receivers. Has : magnet which when
/ ;1 good ones, when they discoveredone Knox. Mr. Knox told the ,,18,000 volts of picture t : improperly adjusted
3'c: that was rather large. They ] : low .
L. group of his objectives for the causes brightness, .
;_ { said this one was about five feet Keystone Heights School He received -- : fuzzy detail. .
long and. had six'rattles and : ,
I i' 'sic button. Understand they killed it a a good response to his .... '.- ''. .1 r.v j ....................................................
and it is feltthat '
and opening talk JIWORlD'S
went on about their fishing
(t ;,, : : 'r.'.1-k;' '.... trip. he will have the full cooperationof /tl958 ZENITH TABLE TV
: 'V teachers and FINEST
.4 the parents ;
We had more in Sunday School II
V last Sunday than we have had for town f>eople in generaL Mr. THE FAIRFIELD MODEL A2223

I f/ ROUND THE FARM quite a while.Saturday Knox introduced Walter Stanley QUALITY 21' diag. meas. 262 sq. iiu rectangular picture .
et night :Mr. Prevatt .! who will be at the school two
Electricity keeps efficiency high PERFORMANCE area. Sunshine Picture Tube. Super
$ filled his appointment with us and days a week for instruction: in
costs low profits climbing. Day Horizontal Chassis. Tone Control
really preached a wonderful sermon music and will lead the music I
and night in countless ways, this for a young preacher just for the school. Mr. Dial Easy Out Face- Glass. Available in 4

"wired, hand" is the big key to starting out in the work. The program Knox also spoke of possible interscholastic R. attractive colors. ,
modern fanning! singers who were to come with on the elementary -
him and sing for us were delayedand school sports leveL W. JRAMS BlTftR miS EASY TERMS 2 2.90
did not get there until song
Rev. Fred Dodd conducted a
services were over. We will put
brief devotional to open the Complete with Base
them to work some other nightC.
AROUND THE HOME E. Wilkinson will ,be our meeting The rom, count was won See the Game
Better with Zenith ot
Electricity is the big lift modern home- preacher next Saturday night by Miss Kate :Mansfield. Sponsors

makers need.. In kitchen bath, laundry Sept 28, and on Oct 5 we will Episcopal AuxiliaryThe -

.,, electric appliances"savetheday".insureV have Mr.' Roberts as our speaker.On Auxiliary of St. Anne'sEpiscopal Games Coming on Channel J2 .
big measures of happier Florida living! fr October 12 we will have sing- Church held its opening
v ing and no preaching so if you
meeting on Thursday
:' r have a song you want to sing, at 10' a- m. at 'the Church. A
this is the place to gc nominating committee Winkler Electric Service
was appointed -
Monday night of last week Rev.
i I Lane and the Stricklands attended and new officers: will be
Farm Better.. live Better ;. Electrically; ) revival .services at lit elected at the next meeting,

_.._ "'U fejtg MuM.6Iac Zion Church; where:Cuyle is pastor which will be held on Wednesday 231.N.. Temple, Ave. Phone
Mr. Lane delivered the message Oct. 2 at 10 .a. nu at the homeof 166
t rtua emEa .FLORIDA POWER 4 LIGHT COMPANY .of'the evening. We enjoyedthe Mrs. Charles King. The,' date
services even if tbe, :rain Jiad 'of. .the regular monthly meeting STARKE, FLORID :1:

lICk !! driven in, more",'mosquitoes' "' than. has.' .been changed -to, the first -. ., .
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. 999999.991 terest he i of or Cou.BtyTel Clerk 'ef the Circuit Court.boflr"W. above named Court and cause and TO:" Franft Ferraiolo, whose res-!
99999YTYYY9YY9YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY9YY of your prayers that nUt eaii. Sa thwet. Quarter "Otl.la: the: Bradford address is t
(SW',4) ot Southeast Quarter (SB graph. fiy Eiland and you are required to serve a dence and : Brooklyn
i NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED will soon recover and be able to %) and run thence South Zero (tt) Dated this 4th day of Sept., 1957. Deputy Clerk copy of your answer or pleading to State Hospital, Brooklyn New

return to his work In Starke. degrees, fifteen (IS) niatitea a4 (OFFICIAL SEAL) 9/13 4t 10/1_ the complaint .,Q11 the. ..Plaintiff'aAttorney ,,York
hot if tad
r CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY The District Missionary Society. forty Westerly: (49)bOVll1afY.'tjlertQl secoads East along a distance the' Charles Clerk A. Darby.of the. 'CIrcuit, Court, In Circuit C..rt.-Bradford County 100 Smith J.Bldg.Donald. Jacksonville Gibson, Suite 2, You suit are for hereby Divorce, Care, Custody that a'
I and control of minor child
will The Women of the of Two hundred forty-four ByiYirgf F. ,Darby, Deputy Clerk Florldat la Cka: .r rr. Florida, _
sponsor office of has been filed against in the
t and file tne original the you
and saventy-fivtt, hundredth (: ,t- 9/6 4t 9/27 Clyde- R -Ne\el. Jr., Plaintiff vs.
By Ozora J. Shell Bible on Parade, Sunday, Sept. 75) feet to a concrete monument :IJvelyn S. Nevel. Defendant. the Clerk fthe Circuit Court 3n or ,above< named Court and ,cause and
., '. , APPEit _Case No. 12-39 before the 2Ut day of Oct.. 1957; ,you are required to serve a copy
fof point of beginning \ IIuTIC TO : )
t '..! & +!! ..'LAA1A4AAA4A4AAAAAAAAAAApyoung 29 at the church, according to :from point of beginning; thus described !- \. Clrealf C..rt. Bradford C.c*.'ty.FUrldat'Ia "Order ef PublicatIon aid Notice .ToAppear otherwise the allegations of said : of your answer or pleading to the
the Plaintiff's Attor-
Complaint will be taken as confessed complaint on
' President Elizabeth Givens local Cka.eory : State of Florida ,
Fourth Division continu South Zero (Q) by William D. Morgan, 5$? Clark
Meeting I EdwardW.. & Nevel. whose residenceand you. ney
people's service was held degrees, fifteen (15) minutes and Mencher, Plaintiff, vs. Evelyn
: The Fourth Division of the president. The general public East along said Jean Myers Mencher Defendant. address Is: Rt 1JV. Pox! 312-B, This notice shall ue published\ once Building. Jacksonville !. Florida
the (10) secpnds.
afternoon. forty '
The the
contest on each week for tout :; efcjiecutive and file the original office
is invited to attend. There .Case No. 12-372 Richmond Virginia.
Eleventh District of the American Westerly boundary a distance of xon weeks in1 the Brsdfu Co..tT'1'elt.*j of the Clerk of the-Circuit Court
the building fund was and Ntlc T. AppearTo You are required to, appear ..
successful Seven Hundred eighty-nine
very will be admission. L. "*: "iHi->* :?: before the -
no Brox- above graph- : + if -vsr "e' on or
: Jean Myers Her.cher, whose 21st October 1957, in the
Lepon Department of and we wish to thank all ton, reporter. thirteen,to a concrete hundredths monument, (783.13)on. feet the residence and address is: S50 Fair- I I named Court .and cause wherein a Dated. this 17th' day of 'September ., 14th day ofOctober., 1957;of

Florida will hold their regular the girls that participated and I Northerly boundary of the mont. N. E. Warren, Ohio. .' plaintiff seeks divorce Rights of 1957.OFFICIAL. otherwise- allegations saidComplaint
Mt Mortah Methodist Church You hereby notiflHl that suit Visitation Minor Children. ( SEAL) wilt be taken as con.
I are a .
of State Road 230;
fifth Sunday meeting at RJE worked hard. right-of-way
Special thanks to for shall Charles A. Darby. fessed by yau.
Divorce has been Bradford County Telegraph .
Rev. A. E. run thence in an Easterly directionalone '
higi} school cafetor um. The AHameaae 1 DeSue and Cecil Stripling pastor, held sAid Northerly, boundary and filed against you ih the above publish this Order in next four ; "Clerk-or tile Crrenlt ourt This notice shall be published
Dorothv ''. Eiland once'eaeh' week for font consecutive
services named Court and cause and weekly Issues.Witness ,
day Sunday starting
along the arc of a curve, saidcurve you
meeting will open ,at :JO a. m. Prince who raised $122. They having a radius ef Eleven are required to serve a copy -of my hand and off.cial 'Deputy. Clerk. weeks in the Bradford- County

with Commander Stafford app were the winnera and champions with Church School, Sup W. Thousand three hundred fifty.-Bine4 your '. answer or pleading to the seal at Starke. Florida this 18th 9/20 4t 10/11 Telegraph. of September
Brooks in charge. Plans were feet and complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorneys September, 1957.;) Dated this 11th day, .. -
and (11,359.2)
Jft and President Pauline Mar- two. tenths TOPPE.R 115?. < --'
of the youth of the church. Prayer being oancav* ,to the North a chord I Gray, Chandler & O'Neal (OFFICIAL SEAL) ? OTIE
Mall in charge. The colors will meeting will be held each completed for the annual Trustee distance IIf Six hundred seventy- 211 N. E. First Street. Gainesville. Charles A. Darby, I.. (Clri'i.it'Ceurt" 'Bradford' e.oaaty.FieriJaf (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Florida. and file the original in As Clerk of said Court. la Chase-cry. Charles
be advanced by the color guardof Wednesday night; I Can Circle Rally on Sunday Opt; 27. MX 15) feet and forty-five to an iron hundredths stake, said chord(676.- the office of the Clerk of the Circuit By: Dorothy W. Eifand, Josephine Ferraiolo, -* Plaintiff, vs. Clerk of the Circuit Court..
The captains are: Brothers Court on or before the 14th day Deputy Clerk. Frank Ferraiolo, Defendant. By Dorothy W. Eiland -
Post 314 Starke. Prayer willie meeting Saturday night. having a bearing of South Eightyone "- '
every Frank Jackson, Robert Dell,1 (81) degrees thirty (30) minutes of October, 1957; otherwise the. Chag.) :! R. Hess 204 Guaranty Life Case No. 12-377 Deputy Clerk.v 1/13 4t 10/4
offered by Rev. A. R. Randolph Sis. Gladys Blye reporter. and thirty four (34) seconds allegations of said Complaint will Bldg., Jacksonville '2,' Florida. '.n(". To. Appear. .

of the 314 Post Louis Kelly, and William Hol- Eapt; run, thence North sir\ X6) degrees be taken as_ confessed by_ you. Attys- for Plf. 9/20 4t 10/11 ... .... _.
chaplain First Born Church, Elder minutes and This notice Bftajl be pubitsnetf ... =.---'l-"" A. ,- b.c- ........ _-- __ ------"-_---, _-.-.: -
land. All members are asked to twelve (12)) .
and Fourth Division. After the Howard pastor have completed fifty (50) seconds East a distance )nee each week for four CODI&C'uUn NOTICE TO APPEARTp
that the weeks in the Bra.dfordCounty T.l.-, M. Defendant ,
do their full duty so of Two hundred seven and forty- \ Anna Rose '
to the flag '" '
pledge of allegiance plans for the second tramh. whose address Is 206 Eblen Street.
anniversary successful. three hundredthg (%07.4:) feet tal| -. CLEAftING O UT: ; ALL
America will be played by Mrs. celebration of the pastor. 'On rally will be very Lay an Iron stake; run thence South Dated thin 6th day of Sept. 195?. Rock wood, Tennessee. You are ," t. *Tt pII' ., .,. j
leader L. M. Royal wishes to eighty-three (83) degrees forty- (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby. hereby notifjed, that a"iQ.t! for divorce ':
Annie Jane Dell who is music Monday night Sept. 30, at 7:30p. sttven! (47) min'utes'and tea (10) Clerk of the Circuit Court. has been filed against you in 19.57 MERCURYS

chairman: for the auxiliary of m. the Servi e will be con- thank: Mrs. I. Kirby, eldest seconds East a distance of One.Hundred By Dorothy W. Eiland, I the Circuit Court in Chancery in "f --:' ,. .. .. o. ... -:
Clerk. Bradford County Florlda,, wherein "
daughter of the pastor, ,for serving five (105): feet to an iron stake; Deputy, I
Post 314. A spiritual will be led ducted by Bishop McCooper and run thence South Six i (6) degrees, 9/13 4t 10/4 Paul G. Rose Is Plaintiff and Anna
by ,Mrs. L. M. Royal and greet- neb night during the week a as guest pianist during twelve (U) minute' and. fifty, (50) 11. Rose .is Defendant and you are
ofTwo O"'JC; TO APPEAR, required to serve a copy your
and afternoon
hffes will be extended the six strong gospel minister will have ,.: morning services. seconds West and a distance forty-three hundredths !. Cifmlt' Court: Bradford County, h or pleading to paid Complaint -
hundred seven
Mrs. Kirby Is.a. leading musician\ iron Florida In Cbanrery. o'n the Complainant's Attor-
unIts from Gainesville High charge. This program is being Jacksonville churches stake (207.43)feet aforesaid Northerly-. to an boundary Myrtle Lee Deal, Plaintiff. vs. William ney, S. Jl Scruggs, P. O. Box 19T,
Springs Ocala Newberry, Cry- in the on Easterly Edgar Deal, Gainesville Florida, and file the ,
spearheaded by Sisters 'Mary Lee ; run thence in an
day included Case No. 12-363 of in the Office
Other guests during the said Northerly original said answer ,
ital River and Starke by Eddie Lane and Beverly Ann Strong direction along' the of a .Notice To Appear of the Clerk of the Circuit,
and arc
James along
Mr. and Mrs. boundary To: William Edgar Deal, whose Court at Starke., Florida, on or before
principal! of radiusof
Tjiompkina I I and they are asking the support Singleton Jr., children of moth- curve Eleven said Thousand curve having three a hundred residence i and address is: Unknown. the "21st day of October, 1J57.: : ,4J 4.

school. Welcome address by of the entire public. The person and tenths UU59.2) You are hereby\ notIfied that a otherwise the allegations of said
fifty-nine two '
Vf Comman Julius R. r Lula Sind ton. They were en- suit 'Divorce.. Care and Cutdy -,- Complaint will be taken as confessed .-
er Roy to the North
bringing the highest amount of feet and being $qJ\? Vf \ ot minoV child by l =
mute to Florida A&M Univer.Eitv chord distance of Six Hundred you.
al. response by J. Florence, Post money will be given a free trip a fifty-two and SeVf' ty-three hundredths has been filed against you in the This 11th day of September 157.,.
; In Tallahassee. Bro. William above named Court and cause' and! (OFFICIAL ;gEAL: )
National !.73) feet to a concrete
explanation (65
220 Ocala
to the
12-day session of the
the Easterly bound you are required to serve a copyot Charles A. Darby
Civil Defense Week Miss General Assembly of the churchin Holland reporter. ary monument of aforesaid on Southwest Quar- your answer or pleading to the Clerk 'of Circuit Court, Bradfor

Mae Frances Jenkins Historian, Ga. Oct. 23. Nov. ter (SW n of Southeast Quarter I complaint on the Plaintiff's County, Florida. CiATT.jj.1jJ
Waycross, thence Nor\h Zero (0) : Attorney Daniel AJapour, 305 By Dorothy W. Eiland, ,
Post 314. Guest speaker from 3. On Sunday night Sept. 29 3t. Mark's EpftcopalBar. degrees;, run eighteen (18) minutes and! '2.Guaranty Florida Life Bldg.' Jacksonville Deputy Clerk. 4t
the National Guard.. Starke, Pre. Bro. Robert Williams will appearIn Raymond H. MacBlaJa thirty (SO)boundary seconds West a distance along saidEasterly ofNine and file the. original in the office -.-. 9/2Q

aentatioq of Charter to Scout recital at church. Last Sat- hundred eighty-one and eighty. of the Clerk of the Crcuit Court on NOTICE TO APPEAR" .
).tark'. Episcopal
Services before the 14th of
71 !Scout Executive 13- two, hundredths (981.82) feet to a'' or day October, to Clftvtt' Cwt,,!*adf.;.'Ce MtfPlorKas j4
Troop by urday afternoon William Lane Church will be as follows: concrete monument run ,thence 1957; otherwise the allegations of la Chaarery.

T. Marshall, Scoutmaster. Remarks Jr. was feted with a birthday Sunday; 9:45: a.ra. Church North eighty-nine (89) degrees fif said confessed Complaint by you.will be taken as Helen M. Mile*' Plaintiff, vs. John .
(54) minutes and twenty Grottier Miles, Defendant.
and presentation of vis dinner honoring hjs eighth year, School and Adult\ Class; U a.mr ty-four(20) seconds West 6.30 This notice shall be publishedonce Case N.O. 12-390. .

Itors, Commander Sapp. Separ- A "large group of friends attended : Y. P. S. L.. feet to a concrete monument; each week 'for four consecutive Notice To Appear '
pm. weeks in the Bradford County
run thence North Zejro (0) 'To' John (Irother Mile? whoseresi4nce Only a few. days left!
ate meetings will be held by and enjoyed ice cream and Wednesday: 7:3a: p.m. Litany degrees, eighteen ((18) minuFes Telegraph, and address, is: 10 State
and president Chili UIJ seconds'West a distance Dated this 5th day of September. Street,' Boston,. Ma: *.
Commander Sapp and Meditation; 8 p.m. and thirty
cake. He is the son of Mr. and I 957_ .
of One Hundred sixty-nine You are hereby notified that!, a
Royal in rooms 9 and 15. Lunch} Mrs. William Lane. Sis. Wilhe- Practice. and fourtenths (]h.U feet to a OFFICIAL Charles SEAL) suit for Divprcj Care: Custody Buy from stock Save hundreds !
s A. Darby,
will be served by the members of mena Strong, reporter. 11 a. m.; 3rd. Sunday, 7:30 a. In. concrete monument on the Southerly Clerk of the Circuit Court and control of Jlinor Child
boundary of the right-of-way of bait| oee ttUrq a.aiit4X JQU tp tne,
consultants Holy Communion n: lit ,Sunday, By Dorothy W. Eiland,
Auxiliary Special New Bethel Baptist Church. Bessent Road; run thence North above named Court and cause and
the will Include ,watts' everyone Eighty-nine (89) degrees, twenty- Deputy 'Clerk. yon are required v terra, a espy b( S Get into the big-car class at a small-car price.l .
for men Rev.
A. Vinson. pastor, will be four (24) minutes and Twenty X20) 9/13 4t 10OTIE /. your answer 9; pleading to the complain

Post 56 Commander Guy Andrews host to the East Division of the !. Tfee Pin-alt Court Of florid seconds West along safd Southerly "APPKR ? on the P'alntlff'o": Attorney,
hundreds model
Clark Save of dollars brand
distance of Four hun- William D. Morgan. 507 0 on -nevl.
boundary a ;
returned CircBlt. IB and .
who has just F.lglMt Judicial In ( ,rOolt Court, Bradford,
Ministers and .
Deacons Union of For Brodford ('o..a,, Im Chancery: dred forty-six and fceventy-fue hundredths (Florida I. Chancery. : ..Puildiqg<< Jacksonville! ,2, Fla.

from the National Convention in Mt. Sinia Association, Sept. 26- TJ G POWELJ all o known individ-as monument(446.75): run thence feet to South a concrete Zero Jessie Lucille. Hodge, Plaintiff, vs. the and Clerk file the of original the Circuit In the Court olfae'on nr 9! S Big M Dream-Car' Design will stay i in style\ for years.

Atlantic City, N. J.. and former M'THEU C. pOWELU Bennie Hodge, Defendant
27. Rev G. G McArthur Moderator uallv and joined\ with John H. (0) degrees fifteen (15) minutl'lla.nd Case No 12.-37S before the ,21st day of Oct.* 1957! I

local commander A. The J. Thomas highlights Jr.of, ; Rev. L. W MosJey, president Trustees POWELL,of as the Estate Executors of Luther and- forty of Two(40)hundred seconds sixteen East a(216)distance oioe To: Bennie To Appear/H.odge, whose residence ed Complaint otherwise by will the" b allegations. taken' a," confess ot.- laid' Every '57 car must go to make room for'58 Mercury

attorney. Rev Otis Arnold monument run you.
; Vice-pres C. Powell, deceased, feet to a concrete ; and address is: Unknown
the ladies session will be the culmination ident Other officers include Plaintiffsvs. thence North eighty nine (89)) degrees You are hereby notified that a This each notice week than for be pUIUaec1 !
twenty-four (24) minutes opec (our coijgacu- I (luge allowances_easy terms. Hurry in today
suit for
Divorce, Care,
of the contest between Deacons ( 0) seconds West a distance i Custody tire weeks In the Bradford County
Brooks Lewis, Carlwell, HOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD twenty ; and Control of minor children, Telegraph. :

the presidents of the- six units and Hankerson. Music depart- COMPANY. Defendants.iMUMiKU '
Last year the Sgt-at-Arms. Mrs. ment Irene Williams C'-t p rcel l P If .an4< ;Wn* above named Court and ca.use ai\d 1957.
and Law- : : xrriru OP srrr
you are required to serve a copy of (OFFICIAL! SEAL: ) Charie* A. Dstuj
in the Southwest Quarter (SV4Vof
Alma Royal won the contest In rence Bryant. The pastor is: IXTHE NAME OP TilE STATE Southeast: Quarter (SC'il ,of [your "answer or pleading to the' Clerk, of the" Circuit Coutt, MERCURY
OF FLORIDATO C0nil>]aint !Ihe, Plainfiff'\ Attorney ': By Dorothy W.:: Eiland. S7 J
total of $91.10. Section (27), Township
Ocala with twenty-seven
a asking all members tobring baskets : Florida Railroad Company, T.; Frank Lanrtrum, I'. 0, Bux "' Deputy Cler ,
six (t) Sooth Range 'twenty-
now known as Atlantic Gulf and 546,. Starke, Florida,
Who will win the president'scontest so that lunch be served two ( East,. Bradford. County, !/20. 4t 10/U
may Vest; India Transit Company.AJo'lorlda ) and file the .. "
Florida,. and<, forty- original\ in the office: : --, :: Don't miss the big television hit "The' Ed Sullivan
containing two Show,1
will close : .
? The meeting
on the grounds around 1 p. corporation and Florida five and of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. -. IVQTICB IQ 4rg.a ,\\. ,
hundredths (2.45)
with the report of the committee, m. Deacon Willie Green president Railroad Florida a Company dissolved of Florida the State corporation of- being more, particularly acres described on 14th or before day of the'October, 18.3'f; Florida Clrralt IB(Codri Cha.Bradford rerr. (;'.'..t'. Sunday evening, 7 to 8 1*..-WMBK-TV\ Channel 4

announcements.Called of Choir No. II, is calling I anti all parties claiming as Commence follows: at the_Northeast corner -> otherwise the allegations of sad( Mamie Lee ,'Schlock Plaintiff, vs.
Interests by, through, under or Complaint will be taken '
as 'coq- Herman Schlock Defendant
Meeting rehearsal for all members on against said .railroad companies; Qf said Southwest Quarter fessed. by you. I Case No. 12-391 McGriff Mercury MotorsPhone \
(SWIJ) of Southeast Quarter
President C. C. Anderson is Thursday Oct. 3, at 7:30. 'All James! T. Soutter, John CliffordJohnson. MoRae. (!PEsT) and 'run thence. South 0 This notice shall be' publishedonce Notice To Apnear .
Mamie Johnson Austin
week for four coiiifccuthe To: Herman Schlock, whose
calling a very important meetingof old members and those wishingto Bryant W. Hodges, degrees eighteen (II) minutes.\ eks-in the rpstden.e'
tVadfprd. County and address is: 511 Meta ..
thirty (30) seconds East along the 447Court & Jefferson SU.
W. A. Crosby, James Bostwick, R. Telegraph.
the members of the Bradford join are asked to meet at the Ka.'terly boundary thereof a dis- U n4erspu, South Carolina.You .
L. Shaddock. J. A. Jamieson and Dated this 10th day of September are hereby' notified that
County Teachers on Friday, church. The pew pianist will be Caddia Jamie! hundredths ((41.15)) feet to a concrete -
and if of the above named (OFFICIAL( Starke Florida
27. All any SKAL) and, CqntrpJ of Minor
Sept members urgedto :Mrs. Effia Dunbar Child ,
are Paumore the
of monument on Southerly
persons be dead then to his (or her) Charles A. Darby has been filed against -- I" <
U U the
be present at 2 p. m. Business. Gainesville. She formerly playedfor unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, fessent!boundary Road of the.for right-of-way point of tfcgin-of ., .y I.- Oat.. '. '. U =- __ .4
grantees creditors. and all other
of importance. I Choir No. I of Bethel and is persons claiming any interest in the Ming. .

Special Message To Adults a, soul-stirring musician. Regular property hereinafter described by, From point of beginning' thus described .
continue couth Zero -
through under or against each such (0)
All persons wishing to, take rehearsals will be held and the deceased; Florida Land and Immigration degrees eighteen (18) minutes,,

typing sewing, and cooking are choir will furnish music every Florida Land Company and Immigration of }'Florida Company and- thirty aforesaid$0)Easterly seconds boundary East a along* distance -

asked to. meet at RJE on Mon second and third Sunday. Plan a body corporate, a dissolved of One Hundred 'sixtyeightand Be :
Florida corporation and. all parties elght -five nundredths (168.85) Ready For The
day night at 7:3Q p. m. The now to attend this important
rehearsal. claiming! interests by, through, under feet to a concrete monument; run ,
teachers will be Mesdames Fin- ,! or against I'aidorporation: thence North eighty-nine (89) degrees -
is I ); Charlie Dell whose residenceis I fifty-four (51) minutes and
ley and Holmes. You do not'need Antioch Baptist Church, Rev I 299 West 153rd Street, Apart- twenty (20) seconds West a distance -

to bring any money at this-tune. George Lee pastor, is ''rniDt' 14. New York New York; Le- of six hundred, thirty (630)
asking all roy Dell and Rosetta Dell his wife, feet1; run thence orth nero (0)
Just come and enroll so that we members to meet at the churchon whose residence is Hallendale For- degrees eighteen (18) minutes and

will know you are interested. It Ida; Eddie Parnell, and Lo-_ thirty: (30) seconds West a. distance -
Wednesday night, Oct. 2, for He Parnell, his' wife, whose of One hundred sixtynineand WORLD
will be necessary for at least 20 the adult music class and residence in 165 West 130th Street four tenth (169.4) feet to a SERIES T V

people to sign for these classesif support Xew York New York; Mabel Par- concrete monument on aforesaid on
drive that the choir has nell Pryant and Thomas Bryant Southerly boundary: run thence

they are to be conducted. The on to pay for a dozen hymn her husband whose residence Is South Eighty-nine ,(*9) degrees, .
teachers Hood Village, Apartment 5lA rort twenty-four (24) minutes and
are qualified and anxious books for the new choir. Sister Hood. Texas: Howard Johnson and! Twenty (2Q, seconds fast along .

to the startedas Katie Johnson his wife. whose said Southerly boundary distnce ,
get classes Arata Williams has residence a (
orderd the is 1510 Asquith Street. Baltimore of Six hundred thirty (630) feet to The Big TV Season is here and won't want to miss '
it will mean much to the com books and we will need the Maryland; Edna Bostwick point of beginning.GREETINGS you \

munity. A mother can take adollar's -'- Smith and Ben Smith' her' husband. : .You, are" hereby of the fine TV
money. Please shows! Some
answer this call. whose residence is :363 Kennelworth notified that a suit in 'equity has any new adjusting on youract

worth of material\ and Regular communion services will Street. Detroit !. Michigan; and tp been brligainst: you and each

make garments for several l chili i be held the the unknown spouse, heirs devisees, 9f.you ,as defendants }In the above. \ or aerial may be necessary before you 'get perfectreception.
on First
Sunday at grantees, creditors and all other entitled Court and cause' by L. G.
dren. People who do not write the church. It is possible that persons claiming any interest in the Powell, also ,kn,wn as Luther 0. ,

well have found typing val I property hereinafter described by Powell individually' and joined .
very we will join in the celebrationfor through, under or against Jesse with John H. Powell as Executor/?

uable. Classes in music English, the retirement of Rev J Johnson -de(' aspd. Clifford Johnson and Trustees of the Estate of .Luther -

mathematics science and social Strong at Ebenezer ,Baptist, W deceased, also, Hilliard known as Johnson Cliff ,Johnson deceased -' ,that C.the Powell relief deceased sought In, 'plaintiffs,said suit; Don t Be Content With Half A Picture No Matter \\Vliicli Channel] !

studies are ,still open for new Church. Brother Elmer shell has ; Jesse Johnson- Jr., also knownas isto ,reinove clouds. from apd to .
Jese Johnson, deceased, I. S. quiet and confirm 'plaintiffs title! .
members. Enroll this week. Prin- been asked to deliver the prin- Johnson also known as Israel to the: above described lands .as an

cipal Eddie Thompkins Is coordinator Johnson, deceased. Janie Johnson Indefeasible fee simple title thereto j
cipal address You %
for the program. Dell, subsequently known as against the claims of' .you and Watch Call Your Serviceman Now. Get Ready For The Big .Shows.

of the adult classes. Rev, Bright and members of the Janie ,Johnson Parnell, decease each of you;, and you are summoned -
Sow And Daughters James Johnson and Louisa Johnson, ordered and required to file
church at Raiford Station extend his wife both deceased, and Hat your written Answer defenses to

Rev. A. R. Randolph supervisor special thanks to the pastor and tie' Johnson Dickens deceased: and the complaint in said cause in the Just A FewYou'll Want See .
of the Sons and to any and all unknown person office of the undersigned Clerk of To Are }
Daughtersof the
of ,
for the hating or claiming any right, title, said Court at Starke. Florida on .
Levi Assembly No, 641 ,of fine service and the donation of lien or interest by. through, under or before the 14th day of October, .
or against any of said named defendants 1957 and to serve: a copy -thereofen
Starke is .calling a special meet- $20. Deac n J. C. Carlwell, re in or : to the following :A. J. Jhemas. Jr.. plaintiffs at- .

ing of all members at Allen porter. land situate and lying In Brad r torney, whose' address is 203-205 -
ford County, Florida. to-wit: Temple Avenue,Starke Florida, ODor The World Series October 2nd -
Chapel on Sunday Sept. 29 at Mt Nebo Baptist Church Rev.; Parcel A A parcel of land ly. before said date, as required by

3 p. m. Some very important Burgman pastor will hold ing in the Southw Quarter (SW the Laws of Florida and the Rulesof .
regular 1,4)\ of Southeast Civil Procedure. If .fail .
Quarter (SE\i you *o
business must be transacted, and service on the first Sunday.We of Section ta"e .t1-iieven (%7), Town to. do a decree pro confesso will The Big Friday Night Fights,

all members are urged to attend. to have ship Six (6) South, Range twenty be entered against you for the re
glad Sister Janie
two (!!) East Bradford County, lief demanded .the complaint.
Si in. Lena Timbers, reporter. Mitchell back with us after an Florida' containing sixty-four nun, It 'Js. hereby ordered that this Steve
dredths (.64) acre and being more crder ,and notice'shall be published .* Allen
Morning Lodge extended vacation in Montgomery week .
particularly described as follows: onee a tor 4eut coiuecu I
Most Worshipful Master Damon Ala. She ,visited her mother, Commence at the Southwest cor. tive weeks IB, tbe, Bradford County
ner of Telegraph, a newspaper Fcr Expert Advice Call :Jl
aforesaid Southwest QuarterS published I ;
Dell asks all members of 1* Goebel ,
Mrs Eliz Williams, and sister, ( <) of Southeast Quarter (SE in Bradford County Florida and George ;

Morning Star Masonic Lodge No. Mrs. C. Day. She was accompanied fifteen H, ) and (15)run minutes thence North and forty 0 degrees(40), said having County.a general* circulation- In I, Local Firms: ; t

26 to attend special meeting on by Mrs Lizzie Peterman of seconds West a distance of eighty- Witness joy band as Clerk of said Your Hit I .

:Monday night, Oct. 11, at 8 p. Starke. Both report a delightful two and sixty eight hundredth Circuit: Court of Bradford County Parade -,.- .
(8=.68) feet to a concrete monument Florida and_the seal of said couri
m. We are announcing this earlyso vacation, but there is no place on the Southerly boundary ef at .stuke, Bradford County, Florida Bias.. ,,Radio & TV Service ;

that all loyal members will liKe Starke. the right-of-way of State Road 230; or. this 9th day of Septemb r."A.D. Perry Como ., -
I run thence in an Easterly direction, 1557 920 :Thom $ gt. Phone 427 ;

be present and on time. Rev. R. 1. E. PTA Meeting. and along the arc of a curve, !aidcun'e (CIRCUIT. CVUHT.SEAL) .
Charles A. "" 1" <" """"*"" "*
having radius of eleventhousand Darby i .
Dell Jr. reporter.. "TTTTT"T"I" -
The first regular meeting of
I Clerk
five hundred fifty-nine; of Circuit loart-.of.Brad. Dragnet
Church News the PTA will be held on Wed.Oct. and two tenths (11,553.2) feet and ford Coun.tv. Florida Federi"TYere:
being concave to the North .a: A. J. Thomas Jf.. s&s-aas c
The ,Mt Smia Missionary Baptist -I 2 at 8 p. m. with President chord distance of six hundred Avenhe. .ilar** ..*torM*. Attorney Temple 'O! E, ,CaU'' St Pjionel98 .

Association held a successful -i Marion Dell in charge principal eighty-three and forty-six hundred... for Plaintiff .'/13 U 10.T6 /* -S all your ,favorite '
ths ((683.46 feet to a concrete monument -. i : .' .
meeting at 'Thompkins is asking all parentsand said chord I- -
Ebenezer Baptist having a bearing ?4OTWE ,,-\P..PE.JR. I

Chnrch. Rev. J. W. Strong past teachers to be present as of seventeen South eighty-two(17) minutes(82)East degrees, last JR 'lerldi Circuit 1 I.C.'P't. .rMtr'<< C.tF, ; NBC Stars- Shepherd' Radio & TV

r. The services were high this will be the time for the aforesaid concrete monument being Cornthu! 'J. C'.eery..Bek P1aiat1ffysj! ; 226 W. ,Call St. .Phone. 239

throughout the sessions. Rev. G. election of offices. Come ,opt{ i Southerly on the boundary intersection of the aforesaid right-. Zenobia Beik. Defel\4a11t. ';f"l.; I I

G. Arthur was elected Moderator. and cast your vote for persons of way of State Road 230 and the A tire T. App*,* Cue NO..1... ''.n ,onIFGATV 'Starke t Radio & TV Service

It was decided that the next to build Southerly boundary of aforesaid To: Zenobia teck! whose '
think will continue resi
you Southwest Quarter (SW 311E. Phone 334
*) of dence- an$; 'Address is: :S17-Dnke ,Call.St. .
meeting will be held at Friendship a'bigger and better PTA for Southeast Quarter (SEU); run Georgetown,,South ,Carolina St.

Church) Gainesville Rev. RJE, thence, fourteen North eighty-nine(14) minutes(89)West degrees -5U"'You f9r.are -Divorce hereby notified that 'a :

I,. E. White Total finance along last aforesaid Southerly Weeks Radio:&'JV Service
pastor. Allen \has .been. filed\ Against .
Chapel A., M. E. Church, boundary a distance of six hundred above named ;you ,ta ,tne ..

.raised during- the meeting Rev. R J. Washington pastor. seventy-six and nlnety.six hundredths ;you a$aerequiredte Court, and caule,a and of : Highway 100, South Phone 522RjVinkler
1 0247.: $is. (0l&56) feet to point of be-. copy :
'aI WiUiams your:
4Rosa held. ,& .successful baby contest ginning.Parrel. complaint answer on or Ihe pleading! to 4he.
PlaintiffsAltorpey J
'reporter.Bethlehem. __ B A parcel of land
lyIng ..
recently. First prize was won by T. .EranJfLandtuin-P.O. .
in the Southwest Quarter J
Freewill Box 546
Baptist Stare,
little Pattie Morris who had *i) of Southeast ( Florida Electric
Quarter SElt) of ud life the ortsiial in Service ;
Church; Rev L. McKay pastor, over $64 while the second Section twenty-, Yeft (tf), Town- of the clerk oC ,the Cir the sffice i
prize ;. u1tCt
held regular services last Sunday ship Six (6) South Range Twenty on or before the ___ CHAMEL 12 NBC )
was worthy.Levy JRamar L nnon, two (Zi) East, Bradford County 'Ith day of Otfohlr, 1J57 : 234 -TempleAyc.-I .- '
'starting with Sunday School at Florida containing thirty and nine : : : eJl
who ''reported 5315. The pastorIs otherwise .the !allegation of said a a. __ a
ty-four :
(30.94) i
acresand Complaint will T)e taken FROM JACKSONVILLE -
'the usual hour. Deacons Prince as (
still In being '
hospital in Thomas- more particularly described ..l >*y yau. .

sand Newman tn charge. The: vflle. Ga. and Is asking the in Commence a* fallow: This notice ,shall, be 'onff'SS-1 -
at the ,Northwi -
J r- each wCk [for .fguf

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....,._. Exterior View New.Addition To Starke's Power Plant see- just' what the.story is. you received as a citizen of Starke. I
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Municipal Power Plant The City Tax Lqvy Would Have To Be Raised; I

From The Present 15 Mills To 52Mills If Present Services To Citizens:Were ) .. .' Ik t I '

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MODERN FIRE PROTECTION. Starke's efficient; and up-to-date Fire 'iL"
; Department, recently augmented by a 1,000 gallon'Seagra\' -pumper,* s'B; y I
surf residents of the finest in fire protection and an actual savings; ;of. rlj .. .\.- .S'i.. ., i
:j around 50 percent on'fire insurance premiums '. Ii
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{l/' ., CIty'*of Starke provides these vital services for ;its citizens with no extra I
U..i t service'charge, whereas many cities and towns levy a special tax of from .. .. Y' i
3,to $5 per month for these services. .
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', Members of tlie-OEicial: Family of' the,'City of Starke are, proud of our municipal I

.. COSTS.OF SEWER LINES AND PAVING. Many municipalities assess :' '
; the cost of sewer installations and paving against the property owners ''.4. :.:,' .. power plant and the recent expansion program that has given the City a, i
'affected.( Property owners in Starke pay none of these, costs.. Starke : "f :_ '
plant valued at approximately $1,000,000 with generating of
., ,_ has .777 homesteads that are exempt ;from all taxes. Our' municipal l '' '. .- \ t' capacity 6,5QQ 1 I
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street lighting would cost the city about $5,250 annually i if power ,had. :
.. to be purchased from an outside concern.' This would have to.be paid ,, 3,, ,
by increased taxes. ". ot '* f?. It Is Our Desire That Each And Every Citizen Have. A Full
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L' : "' 'water t rates would. necessarily be much higher **. ') Power Plant --- The PEOPLES' Power Plant ... Is To Each And, '

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POLICE PROTECTION: Receipts- from Stake's 1 power'plant';also 'pre- '+ '.. "-_': : ,' i In 9rderTo Accomplish! This_ The City Will fle Host At An L LY '

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Taxpayers Would/ Hove Received 40n/y/ A 6 r er: .Cent. +. a Return- .l' O/. : I

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I Here Honors FOOTBALL- ,. ,
Bride-elect Ruth '
SibleyMiss ;; -i

r. Ruth Sibley of Theressa ',. '. .
bridft-elect of Charles Johns was
; honored with a miscellaneous
bridal shower at Hampton town i ,
hall Thursday evening Sept. 19
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:l.Cannas and marigolds deco- 1
rated the gift and refreshment
tables with refreshments of cake
and punch carrying out the yel-
low and green color scheme.

Came prize were won by Mrs.
Dorothy Eiland, Mrs. Lynn Hall TORNADOES BOLLES TJiT
and Mrs. Cochran of Theressa. % vs.
Hostesses were Mrs. C. L. ,
:May Mrs. A. C. Dennison Mrs .... ,
G., P. Wadsworth, Mrs Mrs. Robert .. I ,.
Cox Mrs. Marklee Norman
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:Mrs. Marvin Williams, Mrs r
Lynn Hall and Mrs. Marshall .. \' i. .
'Matchett. There were 36 present -;

for Teachers the shower.Attend FEA 17 x

Meeting Monday Friday SeptemberBRADFORD 0:.
School was closed here on ?

Monday teachers attended of this the week FEA while regional ), ;
meeting in Lake City, according !1 '
to Mrs. Ola M. Perkins '. ;0,7 ,

.*ary principal Mrs.school.Virginia of Hampton Fails te Element-teachingthe : '- :> PARK 8: PM },. I

r third and fifth grade room, ,
starting: last week Mrs. Perkin --- . -
aid. Mrs. Louise Rauleraon first '\ .

and second grade teacher was

111 for four days last week and ..
.Mrs. T. J. Alderman, Linda \
Brookins, and Mrs. Jean Misner _...... .,.,.....,.....,...,. .J. _.... .,.,.,., I.) ; ., f... ,
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substituted during that time". Home Games .... :" =-.J..{:
Mrs. K. B. Wttterson left j
Monday evening for a two-weeks Grades 1'thru 4 Free if Accompanied by Parent Ouf-Of-Town Games..
visit with relatives in Forksville, I September 27 Bolles In Starke
,Miss Minnie Weathwsby of October 4 P. K.'V In Starke September 20 BHS 6 Macclenny 0
Grades 5 thru 12 May Purchase 50e Ticket at '
Pompano and Mrs. Cleo" Ernestof I I
Ft. Lauderdale arrived Mon. October 11 Palatka In Starke .. School Only October 25 Fernandina Beach Away
day for a few day visit Wit *
the George Saxons and other relatives I October 17 DeLand In Starke
and friends here. November. 1.. Seabreeze Away
All Tickets Sold at Gate To 5th Grade
Anyone Up
Mrs. Wesley Griffin and November 8 -. Ketterlmus In Starke! .
daughter Phyllis are spending I
two weeks In Stewart. Miss wltr i November 15.. Santa Fe In Starke I $1.00 November 22.. Green Cove Springs Away

her father, Louis Brazeal. .- .
Mrs. H. C. Jernisran of Clearwater w __a .'.L_ _._..,. _._L_' _'.'.'.'_J_'_'.'.' '... .r1".r" ': : .A Or. .,.,___..,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,_....-_-.__....- '.._.,...,_',_
I h visiting: In Hamilton \ .:< {"...... ., '- Adults ;$;1.Q0' ..'',-.'}: .. '

with: her mother Mrs. Nora Lav-
field and her sister Mrs. Raleigh -
Brannen. I III

Mrs. Raleigh Brannen entered II I

Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville -
on Thursday last week for

an operation.Mr. I II II

and Mrs. R. C. Williamsand ,.- .. '.,..y'I I
son of Tampa stopped in .
Hampton Thursday with the J. Best Wishes To The Team Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes Support The Tornadoes With Your PresenceGAY'S

W. Homes, fenroute home from f


Your Friendly Norge Dealer 1
Raymond Hill of Holly, Mich. '\

pent two days in Hampton with Bring Home The ,Bacon, Boys! Go Get 'Em, Tornadoes Maytag\ Appliances Coleman Heaters and
his brother and sister-in-law, Mr .
and Mrs. D. E. Hill, and daugh r' ;: THE SUWANNEE STORE Floor Furnaces We service all, makes
,ters.Weekend ,
visitors at the homeof CECIL DOUGLAS, Manager --
Mrs. W. A. Saxon were Mr. .A. Good Team Like The Tornadoes. ,.
and Mrs. David Ernest of Ft. Compliments Of .
Lauderdale. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Everybody Out For Tonight's Game! Deserves Your Support

Madison Lee of Perry visited Friday STARKE HARDWARE CO. ....: I..., WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE. STORE
the Saxons from Tuesday to
last week.
Bob Amon of West Palm SPORTING GOODS
Beach spent Monday last weekin Best Wishes To The Team'

Hampton with Wayne Wishes To The Team ,

Matchett and his family, the M Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence ROBERTS JEWELRY ANDREWS MOTOR CO.
M. Matchetts. The. two boys are *

Florida rJ Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence
Bobby Parker of Homestead,

City who of has Florida enrolled. spent at,the Sunday Univer in: > Compliments Of Compliments Of f B. T. THOMAS LUMBER CO. f

Hampton with relatives. He anda < T. C. HAZEN, JR.
friend also of Homestead, had
Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. "'.- SINCLAIR OIL PRODUCTS y Best Wishes From

John Parker, his grandfather:
and they were all supper guests. Phone 124 Starke, Fla. Wishes To The Team :: DENMARK FURNITURE ,CO.
as well as Mr. and Mrs. Hershel
Parker of Mr. and Mrs. Milton FAULKNER'S SERVICE STATION J
Compliments Of
Misner. ". .' Best Wishes Of t "'!


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:! THE FARMERS SUPPLY The House Of Fine DiamondsStarke's

We're Proud To Be Tornado Boosters!. .
'I I By Mrs. Gordon doneeAALAALLALAAkAAAAAAALA Leading JewelerCompliments '

Onward Tornadoes! '
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones Of
and Carolyn\ were in Jacksonville
and Macclenny last ''week. Come On Out and Boost Our Tea/m/ DODD'S SUNOCO SERVICE' STATION
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and

family of. Gainesville were Sun- GARDEN' RESTAURANT ..
day guests of ,Mr., and ,Mrs Best Wishes From
Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence
Raymond Crosby. "Where The Pecan Tree Grows"Let's
Mr. and Mrs.' Reed Lewis and _. BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN .. Volley Starling's Grocery & MarketBe
children left Monday for New r r .
Orleans where Mr. Lewis is now Fill The Stands For Tonighf GameSHEPHERD'S ,. .

employed. J Compliments Of Present Tonight To Cheer O r.Y8.. .Tq
Nancy Mannl of Starke was RADIO & TV 4 .
guest of Carolyn Jones on .
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Mrs. Carolyn Crosby was hon. Best Wishes From' / 'F '., I FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLY
ored at a surprise birthday; .

party Saturday night at the BARKSDALE'S DEPT.STORE: .., Best Wishes TeamWlLLIAfaS ..i':._
home of Mr. and Mrs. Odis Crawford Best Wishes Team
t. JEWELRY '. : ,.
Those who attended this :( ; : !. ,.
happy occasion were Mr. and Compliments Of { .'!' CONWAY SERVICE STATIONAt
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Ellxson, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy ...-
Crosby and son, Bobby and mile SMITTY'S BARBER, SHOP ... i Union Bus StationLet's :

Crosby Mr. and Mrs. Comely >
Best Wishes Of a ': .
CroSby Mr,. and M9Kennv 1 '.
"Elixson, Mrs. Lois\ Newman amdaughter. Best Wishes Of _' CF:.;::K.:.& -TRUCK TERMINAL : Support The Tornadoes
Mr. and Mrs. Flovi .. '. .
Pat Crawford. Charles, Pnnsv t -' ,- .. ', ..
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Joyce and Gloria : : .-
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